Creative Crafting: Paint Pouring 3 Ways | Michaels

Creative Crafting: Paint Pouring 3 Ways | Michaels


Acrylic Paint Pouring Gold Acrylic Paint, White Acrylic Paint, Blue Acrylic Paint, Black Acrylic Paint Liquitex Pouring Medium, Cups, Canvas, Craft Sticks, Plastic Gloves Mix the pouring medium and paint 5:1 Technique 1: Acrylic Paint Pouring Let dry for 24 hours Technique 2: Flip Cup Let dry for 24 hours Technique 3: Dirty Pour Let dry for 24 hours Thanks for watching. Subscribe to our channel and share your projects using the #MakeItWithMichaels

27 thoughts on “Creative Crafting: Paint Pouring 3 Ways | Michaels

  1. Michaels coupons keep me in canvases and paint at a price I can afford.Expressionist Art Studio Gallery(FB)

  2. Too easy, and beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Similar idea of blowing bubbles onto the clear glass tree ornaments. Fun for the children.

  3. Happy to see this. Would like to see more in store classes with current hot topics like this one. There are also so many, many ways to branch off from these three topics but love that you showed it.

  4. I love the surprise results and freedom with paint pouring. I add a few drops of silicone and the results are lovely. I have some posted on my IG  and FB page you can check out. https://www.instagram.com/p/BYHkPBulDzD/?taken-by=illuminatedrose

  5. Micheals do u guys have pikments in canada jusy wondering cause im a slime person and wanting to post some stuff on musically anf inspier u guys

  6. Wait. You didn't put any silicone in that to get cells?

    The cells are just from the pouring medium??

  7. Amazing how the same colors produce such different results, eh? I am wondering, is the misxture 5 paint to 1 medium or 5 medium to 1 paint? It is unclear in the video. Also, the video shows using only paint and pouring medium, is this correct, or did you add anything else off-camera? You produced cells, if you did not add anything else, were the cells created because the paint itself is already mixed with other ingredients? Thank you!

  8. If I used regular acrylic (not the featured flow paints) would I need to add water to them or just more pouring medium?

  9. I teach fluid art and am really confused by your videos…for the first one, the finished painting should have had the sharp crisp lines as it did when you started tilting but in the end it looked like something from a totally different technique and got really muddy. The second video was similar in that the paints all turned really muddy. The third was the same. It appears that when the camera stops and re-starts, the painting is not the one that was originally started. None of them are great examples…just really muddy messes. Sorry but this is not a great representation of fluid art painting.

  10. …art is subjective and I usually love fluid art, but I love fluid art that is done well. Your formula isn’t that great, your paint is too thin, you didn’t use enough, and I didn’t see any torching. Also, the painting has to cure for much, much longer than 24 hours- more like three weeks.

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