Well today's picture has a story behind it. This is one of my Sunday pour experiments, no swipes, just layering the paint in a cup and then slowly pouring and letting paint flow and mingle with a bit of guidance to getting all the canvas covered.
Well I had really nice delicate feel going with the painting. Left it to sit overnight in the garage to start the dry-off process. Thought it had set up enough to take a picture and brought it into the art room and set it on the easel. Looked over a bit later and saw the paint had shifted and was moving down the canvas. Gravity at work. Ended up with blobs of paint on the rug and that pic I worked so carefully on was gone, gone, gone. So back to the garage and it was still wet enough I could put in a new design and continued the drying process. Think it is dry now but taking no chances and will leave it for another 24 hours in a flat position.
Since pour colors and designs are determined by paint density, which is different by color you never know what you are going to get or where. I added a couple of new colors to test in this piece and stills able to use some of the old excess I have from previous pours. Nice thing is that adding the Floetrol keeps the acrylic liquid, kind of like it is wall paint in a can. So I can continue to use up the old and add new colors.
Thanks for stopping by and taking a look.