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Elegant Metallic Dirty Pour On A Black Negative Space Background | Acrylic Pouring
98% 364K 15 minutes 2 years ago by Acrylic Pouring

I'm still in the mood to be working with metallics and glitter paints, but because THIS PAINTING ( turned out so lovely with the bright metallic swipe against the negative space, I'm thinking I would like to try that again. This time with a dirty pour instead of a swipe. I am going to try to confine my dirty pour to (about) the center third of my canvas using lines of metallic gold, and pour in the middle. I'll use the dirty pour to create striped lines and make sure to get in plenty of shine, sparkle an glitter to contrast with the stark black. Read the full blog post that accompanies this video: Learn and improve your acrylic pouring with the biggest community of pouraholics in world. Claim your free copy of the "5 Fundamentals of Acrylic Pouring" course here: Supplies I Used: Art Alternatives acrylics in titanium white and gold - Blick Student Acrylics in black and yellow ochre - Floetrol - Treadmill belt silicone oil - Canvas - a nice gallery wrapped canvas - 8oz squeeze bottles - 4oz cups with lids - Martha Stewart glitter acrylic in Fire Opal - Liquitex Basics paints in copper and bronze - Polycrylic gloss protective finish - Recipe for this painting: All paints were mixed approx 2 parts paint, 1 part Floetrol plus water as needed to consistency. A couple of drops of the silicone oil in each color except the background black I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-