Hello, my creative friends, and welcome to SPRING MELODY Abstract Art video tutorial! This time I want to try something new with color split base. I usually go either for black and white or I would use one chromatic and one achromatic color. Achromatic is color black, white and all the values of gray, and chromatic color is the rest of the colors of the visible spectrum or the color wheel.
One of the projects that I’ve been really thinking to try is going out of my comfort zone and trying out combinations of two chromatic colors. And in this acrylic pouring tutorial, I want to experiment with Prussian blue and Light rose colors. I think this is going to be a very interesting color combination for my color split base.
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Acrylic Colors and Supplies used in this SPRING MELODY
In this fluid art tutorial, I also continue the exploration of different gradients. So, Prussian blue is a shade of blue color, and it’s very rich dark vibrant color. Light rose is a tint of reddish-violet color, very delicate, very light color. Together these two make an exclusively contrasting couple. And I think this color combination is going to be very elegant also. But something that they do have in common is that both of them – both of these colors are quite muted. The initial color is not as saturated. That’s why I think when working on more of a muted base some brighter colors will pop super nicely. Let’s see how it turns out! So without further ado, let’s get right into the process.
Alright, this acrylic pour painting is all done! I covered this abstract fluid artwork with a layer of epoxy resin for this beautiful glossy shiny finish. And I would say this pour painting turned out quite unique. It has very soft blossoming appearance with these pink colors and petal-type of shapes. But it’s also full of very distinct uprising and expanding energy. This fluid painting, composition of this pour painting is definitely very dynamic. And I want to name this abstract painting “Spring Melody”. I think this name fits so perfectly with all this powerful movement yet delicate details, super gorgeous soft pinks, and floral elements. This color combination worked out pretty amazing. I hope you enjoyed the process and looking forward to hearing from you! Happy creating!
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