Hello,Kay M here today with an experiment with the
acrylic poursKay launched on Hochanda
at the weekend.You can still watch all
her shows on Rewind at the Hochanda web site.I had so much fun making samples for the shows and learnt a lotin the process.The great thing about acrylic pouring you
never know how it's going to turn out!Kay'sGo-Flow
and Cell-u-Likeformula's take the guesswork out of measuring all the
elements and work with allthe IndigoBlu
Having done a few projects
on flat surfaces I thought I'll have a go on some shapes, a few paper
macheornaments from my stash. Sue, from the TV design team did a couple of lovely egg shaped ones as samples for Kay's shows.
And when dry beads and tassel's were added. It was interesting to see how each one was different when the same paint colours were used.
still a fair amount of paint left so I did a dirty pour on to an A5 canvas
painted with black Gee-Sso-Good using
all the remaining paints, added a little water to each of them to get a good
pour, and the white base.
Check in to the shared
blog on the 19th November to see how it turned out!
Hello Cheremane here with you for today's post. I was so lucky and got to play with the new Acrylic Pouring items that have just been released with Kay live on Hochanda. I'd never tried it and oh wow I had so much fun.
First I added three different paints Marshmellow,Townhouse Teal, Raven Black & White Geeso Good along with some water ,Go-Flow and Cell-u-Like into a plastic cup. I used a 6 x 6 piece of watercolour card which I placed on top of the cup and then turned it upside down and let the paint do the work.
You need to leave it to dry fully preferably till the next day as thats what I did I did before stamping the sentiment from Mindfulness A5 stamp set with Versafine Onyx Black and then heat embossing with clear powder. Some Pours will take longer to dry depending how much paint you use.
Finally I stamped the Large Butterfly #2 and heat embossed it with clear powder before diluting some Raven Black paint with water and colouring the Butterfly once dry I put the the frame back together so it's all safe now behind glass.
Thank you for stopping by, I hope you've been inspired to try some paint pouring trust me you will love it.
Hi Everyone it's Mike here - My IndigoBlu design team project falls on Armistice Day (11th November) and the Remembrance Day weekend so it's only fitting that I create an art journal page in remembrance of all those who died or were injured in wars in the service of their country.