How much water do I add to acrylic paint for fluid painting?

We recommend using a minimum of 1 part GOLDEN Medium to 10 parts water to thin acrylics above a 1:20 ratio, or whenever more durability is needed. Doing so will increase film strength and lower sensitivity to both water and other GOLDEN Mediums and Varnishes.

How much water do I add to acrylic paint for pouring?

Acrylic paint is water soluble, meaning that it is dissolved by water. So you can understand why you wouldn’t want to add too much water. Now, you can add small amounts of water, but the absolute max that you would want to add is about 50:50 water to paint.

What is the ratio for pouring paint to medium?

A typical rule of thumb for medium body acrylics is 1 part paint to 3 parts pouring medium, meaning you’re using more pouring medium than you are actual acrylic paint.

How much water should I add to paint?

Think two gallons of water for every five gallons of paint. In contrast, the process of thinning paint involves a relatively small amount of water: 2-4 cups for every five gallons of paint. This small amount of water improves the workability of the paint without diluting it or leading to negative results.

How do you add water to acrylic paint?

We recommend using a minimum of 1 part GOLDEN Medium to 10 parts water to thin acrylics above a 1:20 ratio, or whenever more durability is needed. Doing so will increase film strength and lower sensitivity to both water and other GOLDEN Mediums and Varnishes.


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