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The newest Trend in art world is Acrylic Pouring, which is a fun, creative way to make abstract art.
In this, Acrylic Paint is mixed with pouring medium and then poured onto a variety of surfaces like canvases, wood, mirrors, ceramic tiles and more in different ways.
Acrylic pouring does not require any complex artistic skills; just a dash of affinity for colours and sense of fun is what it takes!
Video Gallery
Dirty Pouring
Mix bright colours together in numerous interesting ways and pour them onto your canvas! Watch more to learn how.
Flower Dip Technique
An easy peasy way to make beautiful canvases by layering the paints and then dipping the canvases into it.
Feather Swipe Technique
A unique method of spreading paints in fluid painting which leads to the creation of a myriad of interesting cells.
Sink Strainer
Make beautiful patterns using a sink strainer and dirty pour technique. Watch more to learn how!
Dutch Pour Technique
Dutch Pour Technique is a fun, simple clean pour technique using a hairdryer or a straw to create movement and cells.
The Process
Step 1
Mix Fevicryl Colours with pouring medium in the required ratio.
Step 2
Pour the colours onto the surface using various techniques.
Step 3
Leave it to dry completely.
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