Introduction to Acrylic Paint Pouring

 

Embrace the experimental and join Laura to explore acrylic paint pouring. She’ll share her simple and cost effective paint recipes and favourite method for pouring.

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Approximate run time: 31 minutes

Presenter: Laura Kemshall

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To work along with Laura you’ll need:

Canvas, canvas board or wooden panel (Laura sometimes uses MDF panels)
Acrylic paints
PVA glue (not washable PVA)
Plastic pots and spoons

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