Acrylic Pour Painting ~ Reverse Flower Dip With Puddles ~ Fluid Art Tutorial ~ Step By Step

In this fluid art step by step tutorial I will show you, how you can create beautiful flower from puddles. 

TECHNIQUE: Reverse flower dip with puddles

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Acrylic pour painting ~ Reverse flower dip with puddles ~ Fluid art tutorial ~ Step by step

– Pour your base on canvas
– Make puddles with your colours
– Draw some petal pattern
– Put down damped paper napkin or towel
– Lift the napkin
– Torch
– And here is your flower

– Boesner titanium white for the base coat
– DecoArt extreme sheen gold
– Artist’s loft metallic cobalt blue
– Windsro&Newton permanent alizarin crimson
– Vallejo quinacridone burnt orange
– Amsterdam azo yellow middle
– Pearl white 

My pearl white mixture:
1 part Vallejo pearl medium
1 part titanium white
2 parts pouring medium
All my paints are mixed with Boesner Guardi acrylic binder and acrylic emulsion. 

Link to My ALL TIME FAVORITE flower ~ Cup bottom reverse flower dip​

My mixing paints video:​

Reverse flower dip with puddles

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