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(131) Acrylic pouring fluid artwork Satin teeth tree ring pour! cloud impact canvas acrylic portray

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Acrylic pouring fluid artwork thinned paint experiments proceed! Satin teeth tree ring pour!

Experiment time once more! I pulled inspiration from from bonnie Keane, melyd, and elyse Fournier, Gina deluca. There are a ton of artist that I’m certain aren’t in this record that use skinny paints, those are only a few!

Colours used:white, paynes gray, silver, gold

White paint: semi gloss space paint, 25 p.c satin teeth, water for consistency.

Pm: floetrol, gloss medium varnish 50/50, combined 1 section paint to two portions PM with water for consistency.

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37 thoughts on “(131) Acrylic pouring fluid artwork Satin teeth tree ring pour! cloud impact canvas acrylic portray

  1. It looks like you cracked open a geode and we are seeing the inside. Stunning Molly!

  2. How Beatrix. Love the total effect

  3. Just making sure you used paynes grey. pthelo blue is listed as colors. Thanks Molly.

  4. It looks ethereal!

  5. I like it a lot.

  6. Haha when you zoom in to the center, I clearly see a bull’s nostrils! Beautiful color combination and interesting softness. Lots to enjoy in this painting! Thanks so much for sharing, Molly!

  7. What do you consider thinned paint? I cannot seem to get mine thin enough.

  8. This painting is beautiful, gorgeous!! Congratulations!!

  9. I love the centre!
    I think you needed to pour thin paint all over the canvas before you poured your ring. You can that where you got your cells us where you had the thinned paint. I don't think it's the gloss medium…

  10. This is awesome, Molly. I also see the bull's nostrils but I love the outer mini cells.

  11. Very pretty

  12. Love this, really❣️

  13. I like the center it turned out neat.

  14. Beautiful. Love the colours. It seems the fluffy cells only appeared where you poured the white base…?

  15. The center is beautiful but that outside I don't like at all.

  16. wow…beautiful. ..did you torch the whole painting or just the sides?

  17. It is Beautiful….. You may want to try Micheal's Artist Loft Flow Acrylic White, That is what some other artists are using with the DecoArt Satin enamel paint. Hope that helps.

  18. Amazingly beautiful!

  19. I think it looks like a perfect geode. Love the colors. But I do see the bull nose as stated by other view. I want to try house paint but scared. Thanks for the videos

  20. Love it! Cant wait for the next one

  21. Hi, You can pull some paint off. Take a turkey baster and pull off the areas that you don't want. Kim

  22. ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  23. Awesome work molly

  24. THE center is Beautiful! It’s like an oyster in the See!!

  25. I am obsessed with that center. Beautiful

  26. That centre looks like a wee baby in utero to me covering its eyes with it's far hand. So beautiful!!!

  27. Niceeeeeee

  28. I love love love it.

  29. Gorgeous!

  30. Gorgeous

  31. Reminds me of a pillar bear hibernating

  32. obsessed with that center! have you done another video like this just using floetrol/gac 800 yet? Curious to know how that turns out. This is exactly what I'm looking to do!

  33. Love the center!

  34. Fantastic as always Molly!! Do you notice a difference between satin enamel paint from DecoArt and regular satin enamel house paint??

  35. It looks like a geode in the middle. Beautiful piece!!

  36. I love the entire painting!

  37. I love the overall effect you got. Center is beautiful! Really excellent job!