What is Sargent Art pouring medium used for?

Introducing Sargent Art’s new Acrylic Pouring Medium! Our pouring medium is formulated for mixing and smooth pouring of acrylic paint to create smooth flowing works of art!

How do you use the Sargent pouring medium?

Sargent Art Pouring Medium Review – I DO NOT … – YouTube

What kind of paint for Pour painting?

Liquid or soft body acrylic paints are ideal for this type of painting because they have a fluid consistency for pouring. These vary greatly in cost and quality. Your two options for liquid acrylics are artist-quality acrylics and craft acrylics.

How do you pour acrylic paint on canvas?

  1. Prepare the workspace.
  2. Pour your floetrol in each of your cups.
  3. Squeeze your paints.
  4. Stir your paints.
  5. Optional: add a tiny bit of water (preferably distilled).
  6. Add 2-3 drops of silicone oil.
  7. Layer pour your paints into one cup.
  8. Lay your canvas on the cup and flip.

What is the pouring medium used for?

What Is A Pouring Medium? An acrylic paint pouring medium is a substance which is used to help improve the consistency of acrylic paints by allowing them to pour more fluidly. Essentially, mixing acrylic paint pouring medium with your acrylic paints transforms them so that you can create amazing acrylic pour art.

Is pouring medium the same as glue?

PVA, or polyvinyl acetate, glue works quite well as a pouring medium. The texture and composition mix nicely with acrylic paints and dries into a sturdy, slightly flexible, solid that adheres to many different painting surfaces. PVA glue is also relatively inexpensive and easy to find in most countries.

How do you mix pouring medium with glue?

Acrylic Pouring with Glue and Water – YouTube

How do you use pouring paint?

How to Make Pour Paintings | Fluid Art Tutorial (NO SILICONE) – YouTube


Videos

Sargent Art Pouring Medium Review – YouTube

How Did They Dry? Sargent Art Pouring Medium Acrylic …

I tested Sargent Art Acrylic Paint for Fluid Painting – YouTube


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