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Welcome to Arts Web Show. Today i will tell you about Fluid art for sales and different types like Fluid Art Painting and Crystal MA Fluid Art

Fluid art painting for sale

Fluid art painting for sale
Fluid art painting for sale

Whether you want to call it fluid art, liquid art, or acrylic pouring, there’s nothing more satisfying than creating abstract masterpieces by letting pigment run amok.

This form of abstract art uses acrylics with a runny consistency to create psychedelic paintings.

There are endless creative possibilities thanks to different ways to combine acrylic paints and there’s something so satisfying about watching it spill across a surface.

Getting started with acrylic pouring isn’t particularly difficult, making it a great art form for all skill levels.

With so many techniques to try, you can get as simple or complicated as you’d like.

At its core, fluid art allows you to learn a great deal about materials and is great for experimenting with color and technique. It’s also fun for all age!

Fluid Acrylics

Fluid Acrylics
Fluid Acrylics

The key to a good acrylic pour is consistency of paint that is.

You’ll want to use fluid acrylics, which have a much thinner consistency than heavy body acrylics.

If you only have thicker acrylics on hand, you can still use them, but you’ll want to thin them out with water.

Some people have great success by simply using craft paints (Apple Barrel and Americana are two popular brands),

But if you want an artwork that is long lasting, we suggest going with professional grade fluid acrylics.

Golden Fluid Acrylics and Liquate Soft Body Acrylics are great choices for their strong pigments and lightfastness.



While fluid acrylics have a high viscosity, you will still want to add something to create the consistency you are after.

What you will add depends on whether you are doing a coated pour, where the finished product has bold, even layers of color, or a wash pour, where the finished product almost looks like layers of watercolor.

To get the viscosity and pouring rate you’d like, you can first adjust with water.

Fluid acrylics won’t need much if any to be added; and for a coated pour, only a small amount in a 1:10 ratio should be added.

Adding more water will also change how well the paint adheres to your surface, so try not to go above a 1:1 ratio, which is what is recommended for wash pours.

By experimenting and changing things up, you’ll discover all types of fun effects.

Acrylic Pouring Techniques

Acrylic Pouring Techniques
Acrylic Pouring Techniques

Experimentation is key, but two basic techniques for pouring paint will get you started on a journey to creating your own psychedelic masterpiece—straight pouring and dirty pouring.

We’ll dive deeper into what each of these methods entails, but whichever technique you choose, You’ll want to make sure you’re working on a level surface to ensure you get the best results possible, both while pouring and when leaving the painting to dry.

Crystal ma fluid art for sale

Crystal ma fluid art for sale
Crystal ma fluid art for sale

Like Jackson Pollock, Piet Mondrian, and other abstract artists before her, 

Crystal Ma creates colorful masterpieces that are as much about the creative process as they are about the finished product.

As you watch Ma pour rainbow after flowing rainbow onto a canvas, it becomes hard to care what the final result even looks like.

You have to assume that Ma spent countless hours staring at the floating blobs inside a lava lamp as a kid before developing her abstract painting technique,

Which involves pouring layer after layer of acrylic paint mixtures on top of each other.

As the colors flow over one another, they interact and mix, producing patterns and designs you just couldn’t get using a paintbrush.

Creating one of these artworks is probably, even more, relaxing at least until you have to clean up the gallons of paint that have run off the canvas onto the floor.


Aqib Ali

I holds Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Information Technology University Lahore,Pakistan.I have lot of interest in Blogging and web development. I always want to help the other people with my skills and knowledge.

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