Wednesday

[art] Fluid Acrylic Painting: More better cells

The next fluid painting- I remembered to add the oil before pouring this time!- was a mix of white, red, yellow, gold, brown:

Fluid Acrylic Painting

This canvas is 12 inches by 12 inches. I had enough leftover paint to pour another (same colors) onto a 8 inch by 10 inch canvas:

Fluid Acrylic Painting


That little green splooch in the lower lefthand corner was because I accidentally dropped the wet canvas after the pour and it landed face down (Murphy's Law FTW) and got a little of the sea green from yesterday's pour on the corner.

Also had enough paint leftover that I was able to pour over five little wooden coaster squares:

Fluid Acrylic Coaster

Fluid Acrylic Coaster

Fluid Acrylic Coaster

Fluid Acrylic Coaster

Fluid Acrylic Coaster

The colors aren't too muddy. The cells are nice and distinct. I'm really happy with how these coasters turned out. They're small, so a good object for leftover paints.

Some close-ups:

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Fluid Acrylic Painting

So now I need to turn my mind to properly finishing these things. Cleaning, varnishing, framing. They're matte after the paint dries and I'd like to make them super shiny (to enhance the colors and bring out some of the metallic/glitter paints that I use). 

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