Welcome to new VERVE FLAMES Overflow Acrylic Pouring video tutorial. Let’s create a vibrant overflow abstract painting with hot red color palette. In my last fluid art video tutorial I did acrylic pour painting with a new layout, and I absolutely loved how it turned out. So I decided to do the whole series with this vibrant overflow look exploring different color palettes and variations.
And this time it’s all about the reds. “Verve” is a secret message for this flow painting. And one color that I will use for the negative space part is Prussian blue. This color dries really dark like almost black. But because it has some blue pigment in it, this blue will actually make my red colors look even warmer, even more bright.
Acrylic Pouring RECIPE used for today’s flow art painting:
Acrylic Colors and Supplies used in this VERVE FLAMES
Overflow Acrylic Pouring:
This is why I chose Prussian blue instead of black. Plus in those sections where it overmix with white and red, it will give me interesting shades of blue and violet. I just want to have my Prussian blue in one corner of fluid painting, and the rest is going to be a red, hot-hot red. Also I will not align my red colors in gradient order. I want to have it more random, and the main color would be red-violet. I think it should work just perfect. Let’s see how this acrylic pour painting will turn out, and without further ado let’s get started.
I think that “Verve Flames” makes just a perfect name for this pour painting. It’s hot, bright, moving, very inspiring, and yet very mysterious at the same time with all this darkness and depth in the colors. Especially that some of the colors dried a lot more transparent and deep. What I love about this flow painting is all this curvy movement. I really love how the gold shines and the spots of yellow, it creates perfect accents in whole abstract painting. I also really like section where the border between the main flow and the negative space. It’s so transparent, it almost vanishes in the dark, but it’s so flowing and all these elements, they look like flame sparks to me. I think that’s what really makes this fluid painting especially dynamic. I hope you enjoyed the process and looking forward to hearing from you! Happy creating!
More Acrylic Pouring Tutorials
Want to master acrylic pouring technique and express your creativity with fluid art? You are in the right place tp learn! Discover more creative art tutorials with similar style and techniques:
Hello, creator! My name is Olga Soby, and if you are new to acrylic pouring and fluid painting - you are most welcome on my website and my YouTube channel!
I’m a contemporary artist based in Canada with my roots going back to Ukraine. I specialize in fluid media and consider myself an unconventional artist - instead of regular brushes, I use water, fire, airflow, and gravity as my tools for achieving the most unique effects in my art. Read more...
Original Art For Sale
Through my artwork, I employ Colors and Shapes as the most beautiful universal language. And with the interweaving of their symbolism and primal meanings, I create each painting to tell its own unique story. You can find all of my original paintings available for purchase here.
Fine Art Prints
A collection of limited edition prints of some of my most popular recent work presented on the highest quality fine art papers.
Available in three sizes. You can find a full collection of my fine art prints here.
There's More To Explore!
Best tools and recommendations to be successful in acrylic pouring
FREE Acrylic Pouring Calculator - calculate how much fluid paint you'll to cover your canvas size.
FREE Acrylic Pouring Supplies Guide - discover all the best paints and tools needed to create fluid art paintings.
BEST Waste Minimization Tips & Tricks - discover how to successfully minimize waste involved in acrylic pouring.