Fluid Art – Flower Blooms | Inspired by Shelee Art | Acrylic Pouring | Abstract Art

Fluid Art - Flower Blooms | Inspired by Shelee Art | Acrylic Pouring | Abstract Art

hey you guys it's Molly it's hot here in Florida today um so I am trying something new again I'm always trying something new I am using my house paint mixture and semi-gloss house paint and just my regular pouring medium medium consistency and you can find everything down below in the video and then I'm blowing it and then I'm trying to stretch out the design from there so we'll see what happens my inspiration is Schiele art I am not anywhere near what her balloons look like but I'm just trying to get a feel for my pouring medium my mixture and how I can get something kind of similar so this may take quite a few videos to get there I don't know if I ever will but I hope you guys are along for the ride so I'm gonna get you down on the canvas okay guys so this should be a quickie but I just wanted to show you what a little bit of water here I'm just using my this is artist loft cobalt metallic I just it's my pouring medium of floral gloss medium varnish and GAC 800 and I'm just trying to make sure that they're the same consistency and I just got some they low blue here I don't know if you can see that from where I was and I've got some of my house paint mixture so I'm just gonna pour a little thing of white I wanted to show you how easy it can be to make cells and you don't need silicone and I'm gonna have a full sell tutorial coming out sometime soon for you guys on my channel but you don't need silicone to make cells they make beautiful cells don't get me wrong but you can make it without them so I'm just going to a little bit here so my head might be in the way for a second because I'm gonna blow on this but get my hair out of the way now I wonder if you can start seeing the cells start to pop up just from the paint stretching it's like a little flower bloom okay and then I'm going to draw a little bit in between them and then I'm gonna stretch these out a little bit further so now that the you get the air bubbles out and these are like medium thickness paints these aren't super duper thin you can see as they run okay and then as I stretch over the sides you can stretch your cells out a little bit so now watch as I come back down to this side then stretch them out again ooh they kind of rolled over each other there on that side but that was with no silicone no nothing at all that was just literally just using the paint density and it creates those really cool cells so a blob of something right there but you could do this on a larger scale in fact I might and it turns out really cool so let me take you in a little so see you've got cells right there supercool little cells right there the little lines in the middle so that is what that looks like so that's kind of a little way you blow the paint over itself and then you let just density happen you have the paint's thin enough to let density happen and then you stretch it out so you start small have a coat of white over the canvas and then stretch them out and you end up with that with no silicone all right you guys hope you enjoyed until next time yeah ding ding bye you


  • Desi McCullom says:

    Love this! It's BEAUTIFUL!

  • Shelli Anderson says:

    That’s so pretty! Thanks for sharing!

  • Moon Godess says:

    I love how it has an abstract lily shape to it. Doesn't hurt that my favorite colors are the blues…

  • Mary Lindsey says:

    That turned out cool. I dont use silicone either, plenty of cells.
    Thanks for sharing

  • Tracie Jarvis says:

    Shelee art creates beautiful work. Molly, you also create beautiful art.

  • Tammy S says:

    Love Shelee and LOVE you too! Your videos and paintings are so inspiring! Thanks for always trying new techniques.

  • Jill Fallin says:

    Very pretty and informative at the same time. Thanx

  • Anna Krause says:

    I absolutely love this effect! It looks like water color and ink art. So beautiful and delicate… Thanks 💜

  • Anna Krause says:

    Another funny thing to share from experimenting. I thought wow wouldn't it be fun to have stronger air to blow the paint with, so I tried the exhaust side of a shop vac. You can stop laughing now, as I continue removing all the white snow speckles from well – everywhere… LOL

    I have a really small one that I will experiment with next – outside first! Lol ☹️

  • Angie’sMixedmediaarts. 2019 says:

    Love all her art so beautiful 😍

  • C. C. says:

    I just found your channel, and I'm so🙏 grateful that I did!
    I L❤VE your work!
    You're such an inspiration! 😊

  • QuayHollywood says:

    You are so talented. I love the little hints of color and ribbons that peak through. 2 thumbs up.

  • Molten Girl says:

    LOVE this & the fact that you aren’t afraid or threatened to share. VERY refreshing 👏🏻🎨👌🏻♥️

    This piece is gorgeous!!! 😻

  • Lilit Conelly says:

    I’ve done this technique before, very pretty

  • Mary Sue Schier says:

    Loved this one. So light and airy. I have a quick question. I am using just Floetrol as my PM. Should I be mixing 2 to 1 Floetrol to paint? I’ve seen several different ratios used. I seen to get my paints too thin probably because I am afraid I won’t be able to move the paint to cover the canvas. Thanks for the expert help.

  • Janille Dutton says:

    Oh, Molly!!! I've been DYING to learn how to make this look! Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful painting. You have a gift, lady. Always look forward to seeing what you come up with next! This only thing I have had zero luck with is using house paint. It just doesn't seem to matter which brand, it always splits or breaks apart, so kudos!

  • Dana Norris says:

    I love that technique it has so many options. I love the colors you chose too. Thank you for setting my imagination on fire!

  • Acrylic Painting Tutorial : Art Taiga says:

    Great fluid art

  • Heather Foss says:

    Beautiful as always!

  • Mercedes Campain says:

    Awesome Molly awesome!!! Thanks for sharing all your knowledge and thanks for sharing all your paintings

  • Carolyn Knapp says:

    Been trying to figure out how she does it at the beginning of her pours. Thanks for showing us. Looking forward to more videos using this technique. Love your work.

  • Dropping Paint by Dianne says:

    Very Nice Molly, is that the way Shelee Does it too? Floetrol helps with cell production too

  • John Saxon says:

    I really really love your work love John in Australia

  • Pepi Mitko Kostadinovi says:

    I love the result! It's so soft and elegant! I'm happy to watch your work!!!

  • Rita Guimarâes says:

    This one has movement
    It's beautiful.

  • Brianna Gough says:

    My paints don't have many cells and it's so frustrating sometimes. I purchased a premade mixing fluid, should I maybe make my own, is this something floetrol helps with? Im just a little confused why it's not working…

  • Linda Ch. says:

    Very nice 🥰 , I love the painting behind you , the brownish yellow gold with the flowers
    Would be fun to see you do one of those 😉

  • Mina Villegas Art says:

    The more I watch you paint the more I love your style! Clear, beautiful colors! And I love that your spatula looks just like mine 😂 I can never keep that one looking good!
    I'm going to try your pouring medium, I'm loving the Gloss Medium &Varnish lately! Thanks for a great video Molly, great inspiration 🥰 much love

  • F a e l e i a says:

    I knew it was a shelee inspired pour before you said it! It's a nice try, Molly! 😀 Wishing you success in yours. She said the ingredient can't be found outside of Aus but maybe we can find something else that works?

  • keea c says:

    Do you have to mix the paint with anything

  • Mandy Hall says:

    That's pretty Molly 🙂

  • Tina Beegle says:

    Love this idea💗💗💗I would like to see one with more color less white showing on the finished product 💗💗💗

  • Jules Madison ArtPreneur says:

    Quickie but a goodie. You have such a beautiful good energy in your videos.

  • ClaireFitLife says:

    Amazing, I’m going to try this write now!

  • Roxi Cole says:

    Very pretty cells and lines I like only having a few colors.

  • Catherine Campbell says:

    Love, love, love. Thank you!

  • Molly A. Block says:

    Hi Molly. I'm a Molly who lives in Florida too, and you bet-it is really HOT and HUMID here! I'm up here right below Lake City. I want to try this cell painting some day. I'm totally out of paints though. I'm trying my hand right now at epoxy resin pouring. I've only made 2 small batches so far, and I completely ruined my 2nd batch and now I have one huge mess in my mold….anyways- I was wondering– what would happen if right before a cell painting has dried, if you sprinkled some glitter on it? Would it sink into the paint like it does in resin? Or would it stay on top and add shimmer? Give me glitter and I'm happy!!

  • Heidi Dunlap says:

    I love it. Does shelee art have a YouTube channel? I only found her on instagram?

  • Christina Welch says:

    LOL….I just did one of these. You and I must be on the same thinking and experimenting train. I think mine goes up on Friday. Pretty

  • Whattt Tf says:

    Hi Molly! Wow, the cells came up even bed you started blowing. This piece morphed from an abstract blue on blue daisy, to a giant Iris, to an amazing abstract giant iris. Love the color palette. Beautiful to say the least. Happy painting! ✌️

  • Sil Green says:

    This is so beautiful and actually when you stretched the paint out it gave another dimension! Amazing as always… thank you 💞💫💞💫💞

  • Singer Island Adventures says:

    Cool! I liked it when it looked like a galactic lily and at the end when it looked like the inside of a rain cloud 💙

  • Logan Bagley says:

    You do beautiful work, once again, even in terrible heat, Molly!!!!!

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