Acrylic Pouring – Soft Turqouise SPLIT COLOR Tutorial – Fluid Dutch Pour Painting: Acrylic Pouring – Soft Turqouise SPLIT COLOR – Amazing Fluid Dutch Pour Painting

First I thought let’s start the new year with a red pour… since I promised you guys to use this color more often. But my eyes kept wondering to turqouise, I decided to make the color much softer with adding white to it. And there it was beautiful pastel green. Split color pour time! It turned out amazing.

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I am an acrylic pouring addict, without a doubt. Playing with colors, testing out new fluid art techniques, brands, sizes & collaborating with other abstract fluid artists; is the best. Since I started this journey I feel more balanced in my work and passion. If you see these fluid painting tutorials and feel like, this is something for me: go for it! The fun thing about fluid painting is, that even though you do exactly the same, the outcome is different everytime. Also everybody has a different view of composition, colorcombinations and the way of doing a technique, what makes and keeps it so interesting to watch. Thank you for watching and following me in my modern art journey!

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Acrylic Pouring - Soft Turqouise SPLIT COLOR Tutorial - Fluid Dutch Pour Painting

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