The warm weather is finally here, so today’s fluid art is a spring time swipe!
Despite the beauty of spring time, spring means rain. I wanted to still have some fun when it’s raining outside. My boyfriend managed to find this dollar store gallery wrapped canvas for me! I was amazed when he showed it to me. I was so happy with how this turned out.
I used Rheotech titanium white, phthalo green, ultramarine blue, and yellow. The silver paint is FolkArt. To get the lighter green I mixed phthalo green and titanium white until I got my desired color. I mixed white and and ultramarine blue to achieve the sky blue. The canvas is an 8 x 10 inch gallery style.
To me, it looks like a sunny day on the other side of a rain soaked window. Like just after a storm. The yellow and blue looks like sky and the green at the bottom give actual life to the painting. It reminds me of life starting in the spring. The little hints of silver makes it looks like the rain that would be left after a big storm.
I hope you like this as much as I do. Let me know what you think of this painting. I’ll see you next time! Unfortunately, there won’t be a Tutorial Tuesday this week as life has gotten in the way. Sorry!
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Fighting My Depression by Creating Art:
Hello everyone, and welcome to my channel!
I’m conquering mental illness by trying and creating art. It helps me feel accomplished and is a great mental disability home treatment.
As I have social anxiety and depression, I try to fight my depression by pour painting. It helps me get over my depression by creating something useful. Pour painting helps build confidence and my self-esteem.
YouTube and showing my art helps make me feel accomplished at the end of the day. If you want to feel accomplished and are struggling like me, give it a try. You can fight mental illness by pour painting as well!
I fight my depression by creating art.
For each painting I eye ball about 40% acrylic paint, 40% Floetrol, 20% water, and 1 – 3 drops of silicon oil in the colors I choose. I sign every piece and cover them with 3 coats of Krylon low-odor, clear gloss spray. I do most of my pour painting with Rheotech, unless I see something fancy while I`m out.
***Please Note: It takes about 30 days for each painting to fully cure. At this, point they are washed with soapy water to remove the silicon residue on the surface. They are then sealed with Krylon Clear Gloss Spray or gloss varnish.***
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