Acrylic Pouring/Fluid Art for Beginners
What you'll learn
- All the tools and knowledge needed to get started creating beautiful acrylic pours
- How to create cells without needing to use silicone
- Paint consistency and density including how important this is for acrylic pouring success!
- Select colour, including how to avoid colours getting muddy
- Troubleshooting common acrylic pouring issues
- People who are interested in acrylic pouring/fluid art and love creating beautiful abstract art
Acrylic Pouring/Fluid Art for Beginners
Beginner Acrylic Pouring/Fluid Art Course
If you would like to learn acrylic pouring/fluid art but feel hesitant tbecause you don’t know where to start. Or maybe you have already started experimenting and have run into issues you can’t resolve, and you are tired of wasting paint as well as shifting through endless video’s on YouTube or Facebook groups trying to get answers to your questions.
If you would like answers to:
· How to create cells
· Why do some people recommend using silicone and others don’t?
· How you get cells without using silicone?
· Why are paint density and consistency so important?
· Why do I need to use a blow torch? And I do I use a blow torch or a heat gun?
· Why has my painting cracked?
· What is a pouring medium? And which one should I use?
· Which silicone is best to use?
Then this course is definitely for you! In this course students will learn:
· How to create cells without needing to use silicone
· Why it’s a good idea to sometimes use silicone, including which silicones to use
· What materials you will need to get started
· How acrylic pouring got started
· Different pouring techniques
· Understanding paint density and paint consistency and why this is important depending on the type of pouring technique you are doing
· Levelling your work
· Choosing paint
· Trouble shooting issues that arise, as well as sharing different tips and tricks I have learnt along the way
· Different pouring mediums to use including mixing your own pouring medium
· Understanding your paints, including picking colours
· How to avoid colours becoming muddy
· Ways to use your excess paint including disposing it in an environmentally friendly way
· Plus lots more!
You will learn the do’s and don’t’s of acrylic pouring/fluid art so you can walk away feeling confident, reassured that you aren’t going to waste time and money whilst you learn this new artform.
Purchase this course today, not only will you gain access to my private Facebook Group where you can jump in and ask questions if you get stuck! For those who complete this course you gain access to a complimentary 30 minute zoom call with me, so I can continue to help you on your pouring journey.
Watch the video above to see if this is the right course from you then be sure to ENROLL NOW to lock in this low rate. You'll never pay more, even when I add new practice sessions or info to the class!
This is a Beginner course for people who would like to learn acrylic pouring/fluid art, but they don’t know where to start, neither do they want a steep learning curve or to incur a lot of expense on the way, whilst they learn this new art medium.
Or they have already begun experimenting with acrylic pouring/fluid art but have run into issues and would like access to information and a teacher who can help them understand how to resolve these issues without having to spend hours online trying to find answers.
Disclaimer: As an Artist I show you how I work with the acrylic pouring technique. Your results and products used may be different. I am not affiliated with any manufacturers or suppliers mentioned in my video’s, and the products I use are my own personal preference.
Safety Note - When using paints and chemicals please adhere to any and all manufacturer safety guidelines with these products. If you have specific safety questions or concerns please contact the product's manufacturer.
REGISTER NOW and get started creating beautiful artwork with acrylic pouring/fluid art today!
Who this course is for:
- People who have no prior knowledge of acrylic pouring
- People who have a basic understanding of acrylic pouring but have run into issues and want a more indepth understanding of the technique
- People who don't want to waste a lot of time and money experimenting
- People who want to understand acrylic pouring before getting started
- People who love experimenting and creating abstract art
- Artists who wish to learn a new technique
- People interested in acrylic pouring/fluid art
Growing up in Zimbabwe, I have always been inspired by elements of nature, design and colour, so in my early 20’s I began experimenting with my ideas. My love of painting and earthy rustic design melded with my fabric work, and from there my unique style bloomed into a range of tactile contemporary works.
When we settled in NSW Australia I began painting on canvas and it was so fulfilling, I love the subtlety of off-whites, creams and earthly-tones. I found that the nuances of these colours were brought into the spotlight when I experimented with textures and texturizing mediums. I like to work with the buttery, tactile feel of paint - I just love it when people say they want to feel the different textures of my paintings! Texture really draws people into the depth of the piece.
Not so long ago I started experimenting with acrylic pouring and was immediately hooked. I love working with different paint mediums to create poured pieces as well as incorporate pouring into my other pieces of work. So now I use a number of different styles: acrylic pouring, resin and mixed media to name a few.
I particularly enjoy helping others learn how to master these skills for themselves either via online learning or workshops.
Art is a wonderful way to help us manage our mental health and well-being, but it has a special side benefit many people don’t really consider. It is a wonderful way to ignite our creative thinking which, helps us to stay innovative, something that is becoming increasingly important in today’s continually changing business environment.
I love teaching and sharing my work with people I find it so rewarding, so, thank you for stopping by and if you have any questions or would like some support with your art, please don’t hesitate to reach out and say hello.