Dutch Pour with COLOR SHIFT Paint – Rinske Douna inspired Acrylic Pouring Technique(2019)

Dutch Pour with COLOR SHIFT Paint – Rinske Douna inspired Acrylic Pouring Technique(2019)


hello my creative friends olga from
smart art materials here and today i’m going to do a Dutch poor technique I
have been inspired by Rinske Douna I hope I’m pronouncing it her name right
and I’m sure many of you have already seen this technique and I think it’s
very feminine and beautiful and I’m very excited to share it with you guys so
this is my second attempt at this technique and the first one was a big
time fail I have made a few mistakes that just turned my painting into
complete mess and this is something I also want to share today so you can
avoid those mistakes also today I finally get to experiment with color
shift paint with these two beautiful colors I wanted to do that for a while
so I’m very excited and at the end of the video I’ll show you the way the dry
painting looks that’s supposed to be pretty cool so we’ll see the way it
mixed my paint today was different from my normal mixture that I use for other
techniques and I have all the details in the description of the video also don’t
forget the hairdryer and it’s nice if it has such attachment all right let’s get
started so today I’m working on a deep 10 by 10
canvas and the first mistake that I made in my previous Dutch pour is I used
the wrong white color as my base I used a cheaper white paint and for this
technique if you want to get nice little cells you need to use titanium white and
the reason is that titanium white paint is quite heavy so what happens is when
it sits on top of other colors it begins to drown forming cells so yes definitely
use the titanium white the second mistake was the consistency of the paint
my paint was too thick and the normal warm honey-like consistency did not work
for this technique and the reason is that the thicker paint is much harder to
move around the canvas with a blow-dryer to add some extra distilled water to
your mixture including the base color well this is not too bad in my previous dutch pour I overworked it with a blow dryer and my colors overmixed too much and
I don’t want to do it again so I will do any further adjustments without it and
we’ll blow directly on a paint and my next mistake was dipping my hair in the
paint while blowing because you get pretty close to the canvas so as you can
see lesson learned and now my hair is up in the braid so this composition is
alright and as I go over it with the torch a lot
of cute little cells are showing through but I don’t really like this purple
flash spot in the center I feel like it’s too big and too purple so I’m going
to continue blowing and working on it until I feel happy about the overall
color composition all right I think I’m pretty happy about
it now and I better stop bowling before I mess it up I don’t know if you can see
the details but all these little cells and color transitions are just super
pretty now I just want to show you the way it looks when dry so here it is two
days later look at this cute little cells and the details and the aqua color
shift looks so beautiful just look at this sheen actually this ultramarine that
is not color shift also looks pretty good I am so going to resin this pour
it will probably make those colors pop even more if you want to give these colors a try I have all the links in the description unfortunately the gold
is covered with other colors and is only shows through the cells so I did one
more dutch pour with the same colors but I positioned them differently from
light to dark needless to say I’m very happy with the
results one is darker one is lighter but both are very nice which one do you like
best let me know and please give this video like if you liked it thank you so
much for watching I’ll see you next video

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