Knots and Weaves Fluid Painting Time Lapse

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Knots and Weaves Fluid Painting Time Lapse

 

 

Kelly from Messy Ever After here! I have become obsessed with fine lining lately. I love working with fluid acrylics, but I felt like my work needed ‘more’ so I’ve been going crazy with the line work. The final touch is to have music by Deep Love in the background. Good music makes art look so much better! You can find links to all of the materials used here:

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Music:

So Chill” by Deep Love

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Fluid Paint Mixture and Recipe:

I mix 1/2 Floetrol and 1/2 Acrylic paint to begin. Stir this until smooth, then add water and stir until paint flows off your stir stick when lifted up.

Fine Lining Bottle:

The bottle is filled with acrylic paint and a little bit of water for a better flow.

Silicone Mixture:

Once I finish with the fluid pour, I sprayed a mixture of 1/3 silicone and 2/3 rubbing alcohol onto my canvas. This is what created the cells at the end. Use a small spray bottle with a fine mist and just do one spritz and watch the cells come out.

Storage Bottles for Paint:

I love to premix my paints to save time when I am creating. I store them in these bottles:

 

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