• Acrylic Pouring on a Dime: Low-cost Supplies Edition

    Acrylic Pouring on a Dime: Low-cost Supplies Edition

    Ever felt the urge to unleash your creativity through acrylic pouring only to be deterred by the cost of supplies? Fear no more! Here’s how you can create stunning art without breaking the bank. This blog post will guide you through a list of affordable supplies that I’ve personally used and found to be effective.…

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  • Acrylic Pouring Beginner’s Guide: Techniques

    Acrylic Pouring Beginner’s Guide: Techniques

    As an artist, I’ve always been intrigued by the endless possibilities that come with acrylic pouring. It’s like a dance of colors on the canvas, each swirl and blend telling its own unique story. Today, I’d like to share with you my favorite acrylic pouring techniques that have truly transformed my work and allowed my…

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  • Art Talks: Fire and Ice

    Art Talks: Fire and Ice

    I traveled to Iceland in March 2024, and it was amazing! The rugged terrain, alongside the serene glacier lakes and volcanic remnants, deeply influenced my artistic perception. Today, join me in witnessing the birth of my latest artwork as I explore the captivating interplay between fire and ice. Exploring Acrylic Pouring On my return from…

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  • Acrylic Pouring Beginner’s Guide: Getting Started

    Acrylic Pouring Beginner’s Guide: Getting Started

    So you want to get started with acrylic pouring? I hear you, and I’ve got you covered! Today, I will share with you my experience getting started with Acrylic Pour. First of all, you need materials. When I learned about acrylic pouring, the first thought that came to my mind was, “This looks expensive.” And…

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  • Chiaroscuro: A battle between light and dark

    Chiaroscuro: A battle between light and dark

    Chiaroscuro (English: /kiˌɑːrəˈsk(j)ʊəroʊ/ kee-AR-ə-SKOOR-oh, -⁠SKURE-, Italian: [ˌkjaroˈskuːro]; Italian for ‘light-dark’), in art, is the use of strong contrasts between light and dark, usually bold contrasts affecting a whole composition. Also, afaik, this technique is used by the great Italian painter Caravaggio. Now, I don’t know much about this technique to be able to talk about it in detail. But this blog is about my attempt…

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