Ready-to-use acrylic colours for pouring technique. Tones can be mixed together to create different shades.
Amazing marble effects are obtained by moving the poured surface slowly and by letting the liquid mass slide.
These paints can be poured directly on the substrate. Alternatively, they can be poured into a glass, one on top of the other without mixing, and then the content of the glass is spilled on the substrate (canvas, wood or other). By adding a few drops of silicon oil to the colours before use, surprising circular cell-shaped effects can be obtained.
As the perfect fluid texture of our product can give rise to a deposit, shake well and let it sit before use for a few minutes to allow the air contained due to the shaking to come out.
TECHNIQUE NO 1 MONOCHROMATIC POURING
Pour one colour at a time on the substrate. Gently move it so that colours slide and flow into each other at random. Once you achieve the shapes and streaks you prefer, let the work dry.
TECHNIQUE NO 2 MULTICHROMATIC POURING
Pour one color at a time into a glass, without mixing the contents. Pour the content of the glass over the substrate and wait for the colours to emerge and flow. Alternatively, place the substrate on the glass, turn it upside down and lift it up with a more or less rapid movement depending on the content quantity. Gently move the substrate to let the colours flow; once you are satisfied with the result, let it dry. Important: paints continue to move even during drying.
It is normal for excess paint to spill out of the substrate, we recommend wearing gloves and an apron and protecting the work surface, as paint is permanent once dry.