Acrylic Paint Pouring is so much fun! I love how the results can be unique and colorful. Learning how to do each technique can be frustrating with all of the research needed and all of the hours and hours of advice on YouTube.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR BEGINNERS QUICK GUIDE TO ACRYLIC PAINT POURING PAINT MIXING IN OUR RESOURCE LIBRARY!
Once inside our library you will see additional downloads you can use for free including my other Quick Guides to more acrylic paint pouring techniques. I am updating often so check back so you do not miss out!
Would you like more in-depth assistance with your paint pouring techniques?
I have created a beginner’s step-by-step instruction guide for the Flip Cup, Dirty Pour, Tree Ring, Puddle Pour, Dip Pour, and Swipe fluid art techniques.
This is a 48-page ebook in pdf format that you will need Adobe to download and open. The file is 9.6 MB.
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MORE RESOURCES TO ASSIST YOU
Along with my Beginners Quick Guide to Acrylic Paint Pouring and my Acrylic Paint Pouring Techniques Level 1 eBook, I have shared some of my tips and techniques that I use daily in my studio. Below are the links to help you find the information you need faster.
Working with acrylic paint can be fun but it can be a little frustrating find containers to use to the store paints in. When you are prepping for a project and you have mixed your paint, what are you going to store your paints in?
It is best to be prepared when painting so that you are spending your time having fun and now worrying about the details. This is where I can help. CLICK HERE
Acrylic Paint Pouring is so much fun and there are so many different techniques to learn but where do you start? What supplies do you need? Our goal with this website is to help you learn them all and help you get the supplies you need without breaking your wallet. CLICK HERE
Acrylic Paint Pouring is so much fun! I love creating art, moving the paint around, and seeing the colors and shapes in the result. While organizing my studio the other day, I was looking at all the odd tools I am using to create my art and I thought it would be fun to share them with you. CLICK HERE
In acrylic paint pouring, crazing is a term used to describe cracks or lines that appear once the painting has dried. Crazing happens when the top layer of the painting dries faster than the layers underneath which are still wet. There are several reasons why the top layer will dry quicker than the bottom layers. Read more about cracking and crazing and how to avoid these problems.