Let’s create a Huge Tropical Bliss Fluid Art in this Acrylic Pouring video tutorial. This time I’m working on a huge fluid art project. This is a very unconventional triptych, one large panel, two small ones. And this huge artwork is going to be all full of beautiful turquoise with some blue, and a few splashes of white, gold, and a few other colors. This is a tropical ocean-inspired trio. I’m working on all of these cradled wood panels, And one is 24 by 30, and each one of the other is 12×12.
One tip: when working on such a huge panel is first of all definitely plan out your composition. In advance, you can try it out on smaller panels first just to make sure that you like it.
Acrylic Pouring RECIPE used for today’s flow art painting:
Acrylic Colors and Supplies used in this Huge Tropical Bliss
Because when you’re working on such a large scale it’s better to practice first. And, also, make sure your panel’s a hundred percent leveled if you don’t want to come back the next day and to see that all your paint shifted or it didn’t dry properly. When your canvases or panels are not fully leveled it can also lead to crazing. Especially when you are working in such large panels because they are pretty expensive, and you’re also using a lot of paint, and you also put in so much love and effort into it, and, of course, you want it to turn out perfectly. So think it through and make sure that all is nicely leveled and you are 100% prepared for the HUGE acrylic pouring project.
Something that I really love about the composition and the overall outcome is the continuous flow through all three panels. It really all flows together and the composition of this pour painting works pretty amazingly. And of course, this fluid painting has some amazing gorgeous details. You can see that iridescent color is just shining bright in the light. Gorgeous lacing. You know this acrylic pouring triptych is like a mix of tropical energy: some foamy waves, a lot of movement, beautiful details, this gold for some shine reflection in the waves and some sand. So overall I’m very happy with the outcome.
Happy with this huge abstract painting, that’s awesome! I hope you enjoyed the process and looking forward to hearing from you! Happy creating!
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