Jackson Pollock effect with Acrylic Dirty Pour using home made pendulum

Jackson Pollock effect with Acrylic Dirty Pour using home made pendulum

Acrylic Pouring

Let us try out an acrylic pouring with homemade pendulumšŸ˜Š Black for negative space, and yellow, sea green, white, deep pink and blue for pouring Layered all the colors in a plastic bag There is silicon in each color, except black Added small amount of black at the bottom, so that it may cover any mistake in the beginning, then came sea green, yellow, pink, blue White in the end! Tied the bag tightly with rubber band and suspended it over the canvas with the help of a soft rope Covered the entire canvas with black color, making sure that the layer was thick Twisted the rope to create a rotation drop.

Then we cut a small hole for pouring Released the rope it is unwinding Showing you the movement in Slow motion The colors poured in wide circles and then due to winding and unwinding randomly Making sure the paint drops all over the campus Due to different viscosity of colors, and change of trajectory, there was a beading effect The colors remained separated due to addition of silicon oil In the end some drop effect Black background enhanced the colors The pour was successful and many pretty beads and cells formed on the canvas Thank you for watching, please like and subscribe for more videosšŸ˜Š.

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Acrylic Pouring
Acrylic Pouring
Acrylic Pouring
Acrylic Pouring

Acrylic Pouring

Acrylic Pouring

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