Top 10 Tips and Hacks You May Not Know for Fluid Acrylic Painting that make being a beginner to fluid acrylic painting so much easier! (Remember to Subscribe – its always Free ) https://www.youtube.com/user/sbergeron00)
The List below is just the quick subject list–not the full information in each of the topics. I have little tricks and tips within many of these items! Watch the video to find out more!
1. Protect Your Surfaces
2. Use a scale
3. Sharpie Pen
4. Mixing Containers
6. Jumbo craft sticks
7. Pouring Mediums
8. Surfaces to paint on
9. Nitrile Gloves are your best friend!
10. What is a dirty cup?
11. My thoughts on Silicone
Health and Safety:
Material Safety Data Sheet for this product says don’t Heat it as it can emit harmful fumes if heated- (Section 2 )click link for more safety information http://bit.ly/2szggeo
Silicone – Lubricant: can prevent adhesion of paint to the substrate :http://www.justpaint.org/understandin…
Using Artist Paints: https://www.usa829.org/Portals/0/Docu…
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5 thoughts on “Ten Best Hacks for Poured Fluid Acrylic Painting!”
I watched your video yesterday on dipping your Christmas ornaments tiles and leftover paint. So I decided to pour metallic paints DecoArt on some tiles. And then I torched it and I saw somewhere that maybe I burned it. But it’s just full of bubbles and looks totally ruined. Can you help me. Please and thank you
Hi there! I’m so sorry to say that you probably did burn your paint.
I don’t recommend using a torch on acrylic paintings as the heat is too unpredictable and it is too easy to burn or vaporize your paint and that can do a couple things,
1. it can release harmful chemicals in the air that you then breath in.
2. it can scorch or burn your painting.
That is just my feeling on it. Other folks out there have different experiences and they may be able to help you.
I’ve been doing some pouring. I get great cells and amazing colors. However, during drying the lines get blurred and the look ruins. Any help?
BTW…I really enjoy watching your videos! In the video of the diaginal poured oceon, you used PVA glue, water & paint. I loved the way the white paint, when blown with a straw, created froth on the edges of the waves. My question…can I get the same effect using Flotrol instead of the glue?
I haven’t tried but I would imagine floetrol would work just great!