(c)copyright 2017 Marjorie Kinney. All rights reserved. Acrylic pour painting, fluid acrylic art, silicone cells, and recipes, describe thinned paint poured on canvas. Marge pours 3 canvases using silicone for cells, a fork to enhance a design and shares color combinations. Roll down for recipes and more.
1 to 1, paint to acrylic glazing medium, plus a small amount of water. The purpose is to thin the paint just enough to easily blend with the other colors. Colors are blended by tilting the canvas and letting the colors slide across each other. Silicone, in liquid or spray; add a couple drops between layers of paint to make small to large circles, called cells. Acrylic Pour:
In a small cup layer red, yellow and blue so that red and yellow make orange; yellow and blue make green plus white.
Fluid Acrylic: Layer analogous colors (three colors next to each other on the color wheel) plus black/white; use a fork for a design.
Acrylic cells: Add one to four drops of silicone on each layer of color put in cup to make small to large circles in painting called cells.