100 thoughts on “Fluid Painting with a Beginner – How To Tutorial Dirty Pour with Swipe Technique

  1. OMG thank you so much for doing this step by step now I kind of understand a little better my problem if I don't like I keep adding and I make the paint to thick doing this never could find that perfect medium to do what I need and I can't seem to make cells to save my life to pop and make beautiful little creations. But I will get it or die trying 😉 thanks again .
    From Idaho

  2. Although her ‘first time’, the student is either familiar with the process or is a natural. Excellent instructions given. Timely and clear. No excessive jabbering which can cause overload. Good one. Congrats👍

  3. I would like to do this to a table top, would you still use the glue and the flo stuff ( forgot the name) or just straight paint?

  4. The way you’re explains this is great. Makes me really wish I paid better attention to the steps ahead of time I’d love if you checked out my video and offered some pointers! https://youtu.be/mT5mIpk7NBc

  5. Thank you so much!!!! This is a wonderful gift ….understanding how all this works 🤔…. Thank you thank you thank 🤗

  6. For me I must use gloves sleeveless tops and Reynolds freezer paper down underneath to reuse the acrylic once it dries it will peel off the paper but you can frame what’s left

  7. Excruciating to watch. You aren't explaining the reason for why something needs to be done. More information is better than not enough.

  8. Would have been nice to have explained the ingredients. And there was so much dead time of just her stirring and mixing stuff. I don’t mean to sound impatient, but I am. This could have been a 15 min video not over 30 min. Neat project tho!

  9. I love AMANDA's fun Tutorials and would also like to invite EVERYONE to watch this amazing SWISS Artist's style of painting: https://youtu.be/FA-5CtpdsYM

  10. Thanks for explaining and showing your process for mixing ingredients from start to finish, this was very helpful to me, most videos do not show this. Also, showing the type of silicone, a cheaper alternative, I appreciate that.
    You mentioned keeping your finished painting level, that's important.

  11. This is a great video. But when she opened that canvas the way she did with the razor, my heart skipped a beat lol

  12. I just came across pours a few days ago. This was very helpful on getting me started. I did notice you said that you had pre mixed the white, I was wondering what was the white mixed with?

  13. Thank you, I have watched dozens of videos and this is the first one to actually show not only what I need, but how to mix it all.

  14. Have u used Liquitex pouring Medium?. What do u think of it. Do u think its more expensive n wasye of money.

  15. In the beginning of the video you say that your white paint is pre-mixed.  What did you pre-mix it with??  Thank you.

  16. Seem like your beginner know more than a beginner. She was stopping before you said anything! And why isn’t there plastic down?

  17. Do You need the Silicone for it if you don't want cells? also i only use a pouring medium instead of the floetrol with glue and water?

  18. Sir such a nice n detailed video..but u didnt mentioned the use of lubricant..whn to use it n how?kindly explian

  19. I used a a gloss medium instead of glue and I used water as well…I used the heat gun and it seemed to create dents on some areas. Did I use it for too long or did it just dry the paint in those spots?

  20. “You have total creative freedom” “okay, that’s enough, you don’t want too much light around the sides”

  21. other channels and yours are showing a pop up that says: BLOCK ADS,!; whats this about do you know?

  22. How do you finish the sides of the canvas? Do you paint over it or just leave it the way it is?

  23. I'm from Thailand .Many things you used what is it?.please tell me to know .what it use for?.

  24. Great idea, pretty neat, each to his own, not a fan of the swiping, what about the sides, you can't leave them like that :((

  25. So happy to see this video. Now I know why I got cracks in my paint. I had left on the kitchen platform and after I had gone bed, my husband put the fan on full speed.

  26. It’s beautiful. I love the colors. My personal preference would have been to coat the sides for a more finished look on this piece.

  27. Thanks. I have a whole load of these small square canvases I think they are 12×12, and wanted to use them for this, because I am really addicted to colour rather than form. But having watched a lot of pours was really alarmed at what I thought would be a massive waste of really expensive paint, as it all adds up, well at least it does for me. But I could see from your video that actually the paint used is a fairly modest amount stretched by the floetrol and glue and water. I feel very reassured by this. Also that it can be done seated, and with a minimum of mess. This helps dispel the fear factor! I have had past experience with acrylics and know they can be a disaster to get off things they should not be on.

  28. Can you premix the paint,floe,glue in the bottles and have it all in one ready to go set to prep for teaching kids???? Will it not dry up?

  29. Would like to know why you added the glue and silicon. No idea what you mean by it “reacting to the paint.”

    Good tutorial . Thank you!

  30. This was a great video! I’ve never tried this because I didn’t know what to do. Thank you for making this video. Really inspirational!

  31. How long do u wait to let the painting dry before putting on a varnish? I've heard one person say 2 days and another one say 3 weeks!!

  32. I really don’t want to sound awful here but I lost the will to live with your friend mixing the colours etc.. she was sooooooo slow and very frustrating, it was almost as if she was waiting for the simplest of instructions from you even when common sense says to do something naturally!! Sorry but I have to be honest with you, apart from losing the will to live it was a great instructional video for beginners👍🏻

  33. Why didn’t you flood the canvas before pouring the paints? I really like how she took over and experimented. Great job for a newby. Beautiful.

  34. Thank you for sharing step by step. Well documented. But I would like to know the "why" behind the floetrol and glue instead of one or the other

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