Welcome to the new Ocean Textured Acrylic Pouring - Abstract Art tutorial. This time I want to create an ocean shore painting, and it's going to be a very special tutorial because I have created some texture on my canvas.
I have created some sand texture, and I used a sand gel for that. And for the other part of the canvas, I have created some texture very mild but distinct textures of the waves, so the waves sort of going and moving towards.
I don't know how this abstract art idea is going to turn out but I am extremely turn out to explore this combination of techniques: textured art and some fluid acrylics.
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Acrylic Colors and Supplies used in this Ocean Textured
"Serenity" is a secret message for this acrylic pour painting. I definitely want this ocean painting to be very serene, peaceful, and dreamy. As for the color palette, I am keeping it very simple to minimal. I have mixed four different colors, and they all consist of three colors: phthalo blue, phthalo green and some of them have titanium white color.
But every single color that I'm going to pour on the canvas, is a combination of phthalo blue, phthalo green but in a different proportion. And I want to create this sort of gradient from lighter to darker toward the depth of the ocean.
So let's see how such a fluid painting idea turns out. And without further ado let's get started.
Voila! Here's the very final look of this ocean shore painting. It is such a beautiful and very different outcome. And I have to say I absolutely loved working with textures, and I'm not entirely new to this style because I have been working with impasto techniques before. But I have never combined them with the fluid acrylics, with my fluid art techniques. It was challenging, I need to practice more but I am very happy with my outcome.
In this fluid painting, I especially love this combination of texture and fluid acrylics on the water because it creates sort of a rippling effect you can really see the water in it. And of course, the sand texture is also pretty cool, you can actually touch it, it's there in it.
I hope you enjoyed this acrylic painting tutorial and looking forward to hearing from you! Happy creating!
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