The Acrylic Pouring String Pull techniques are diverse and open up to each artist an infinite range of interesting color schemes, color gradients, cell formations and varied design variants which often produce unpredictable creations.
For beginners of acrylic art the pouring is a great way to get a feel for acrylic paints. Successful experiences are guaranteed, provided you observe some basics.
1. Acrylic Paints (orange, yellow, green, black)
4. Cotton yarn
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Step 1: Preparing the Background
Pour a generous amount of black paint on the canvas and spread it all over. See video
Step 2: Adding the Flower Colours
Using three different colours, pour lines of paint at the top of the canvas. See video
Step 3: Adding the Yarn
Place a piece of cotton yarn over each line that was created. See video
Step 4: Cover the Yarn
Pour additional paint over the yarns to fully cover them. See video
Step 5: Pull the Yarn
Take the wooden end of a paint brush or stick and place it on the canvas above the first string. Now pull all the way down to the bottom. See video
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