Acrylic pouring with Hair dryer ~ Abstract Ocean painting ~ Dutch pour

In today’s video I will show you how to paint an abstract Acrylic pour painting with Hair dryer.
I had some paints left and some scrape off paint so I thin them down for a Dutch pour.

I will use Amsterdam Prussian blue phthalo, Pebeo Iridescent green blue, DecoArt extreme sheen Gold and bronze and Amsterdam Titanium white acrylic paint.

My mixing paints video:
https://youtu.be/ltyiLgQ_Tso
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I consider myself as a experimental contemporary artist. I just like to experiment with different techniques and materials and share my findings to others. Thats how we all grow as Artists and Human.
The biggest inspiration for my art is Nature… and my Mom, who is watching over me from The other side of the Rainbow.
Join me on my Art journey thorough Fluid world!
Hugs from sLOVEnia.
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Please understand that I am in no way responsible for the way you use your paint and mediums. Follow all safety instructions of the manufacturers, I can not be held liable.
Be careful and use the proper materials for your safety.
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Fiona Art

I consider myself as a experimental artist. I just like to experiment with different techniques and materials and share my findings to others.