What are the 10 Best Cheap things to pour paint on? Watch the video to find out! Remember to Subscribe – its ALWAYS FREE!
We all start at the beginning–We so are nervous and unsure of what to do or even how to start. We are in need of a beginners guide to fluid acrylic pouring. So I’m starting to compile my lists!
Here’s a quick list of things that are easy to find and for the most part are very inexpensive to purchase for doing your Acrylic Pouring experiments and final works of art.
If this is your first time here you may be interested in my Top 10 Best Hacks for Beginner Acrylic Pouring Artists
All of the projects shown in this video are in the listed in the 10 Best Cheap Things To Pour Paint On Playlist
The List below is just the quick subject list–not the full information in each of the topics. I have tricks and tips within many of these items! Watch the video to find out more!
1. Stretched Canvas (reuse old canvases)
2. Canvas Sheet (you can buy it in pads just like paper)
3. Canvas Panels
4. Cardboard (backs of tablets, packaging, boxes, papier mache etc)
5. Watercolor paper (you don’t have to gesso first but you can!)
6. Bristol Board/Heavy Cardstock
7. Wood (frames shapes)Particle Board, MDF, shelves from old boolcase etc
8. Rocks! Collect from the ground (if allowed) or buy from Landscape Yards or even bags of rocks from the Craft Store
9. Acrylic Glazing from Frames (Plexiglass too)
10. Shiny Surfaces- Glass From Frames, Metal Tins and Containers
11. Vinyl Record Albums
There’s many more this list is just to get you started!! Have fun and experiment with what you can find.
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