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Acrylic Pouring (04) Canvas Prep & Mini Turn and Drag

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How I prep my canvas, report albums and a mini turn and drag.

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12 thoughts on “Acrylic Pouring (04) Canvas Prep & Mini Turn and Drag

  1. Beautiful. Thanks.

  2. Do you ever cover with resin?

  3. Love those colors!! Beautiful pour! My airbrush will be here tomorrow!!

  4. HI, am correct that your white is actually house paint?? Do you add floetrol or something else to it?? if so how much??

  5. just love how you do things christina!!

  6. Thanks for all this information. Lovely colours. For a,flip and drag approx how much paint to canvas size do you use?

  7. Thanks for your videos! How long does an acrylic pour take to dry? Do you use a fan to speed up drying process?

  8. If you use a .045 drill bit in a hand held chuck, pushpins will go right in. Just don’t drill thru the frame

  9. It is much easier to put in push pins, screws etc with a pilot hole. You always risk splitting the frame, but whatever floats your boat.

  10. Have you ever had an issue with your white paint turning orange when you use red paint in one of your paintings?

  11. Wow thanks

  12. Thank you for all of your very clear and helpful instructions. It’s very generous of you to share the results of what must be a lot of behind the scenes time and effort. I do have a question about the torch. I apologize in advance if you covered this and I missed it. I work in a studio that doesn’t allow flames of any sort, and I was hoping I could use a heat gun instead. Do you have any advice about that? Thanks so much!