Split Cup Strainer Acrylic Pour Painting ~ Fluid Art Tutorial ~ Easy Beginner Technique

Hello from Slovenia!

For this fluid art tutorial I used the same colour palette as yesterday, but this time I did a split cup strainer pour. I got some really neat effects from gold and white and the colours created kind of a rainbow.

More info: youtu.be

Split cup Strainer acrylic pour painting ~ Fluid art tutorial ~ Easy beginner technique

– Amsterdam oxide black
– Amsterdam greenish blue
– Amsterdam permanent red violet
– Amsterdam azo yellow deep mixed with naples yellow
– Pearl white
– Decoart extreme sheen gold

My pearl white mixture:
1 part Vallejo pearl medium
1 part titanium white
2 parts pouring medium
All my paints are mixed with Boesner Guardi acrylic binder and acrylic emulsion.

Split cup Strainer acrylic pour painting

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Split cup Strainer acrylic pour painting

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I consider myself as a experimental artist. I just like to experiment with different techniques and materials and share my findings to others. Thats how we all grow as artists and peoples. I hope we will continue this adventure together and learn from each other. Hugs from sLOVEnia. Read more »

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