Chocolate Brown Acrylic Ready to Pour Pouring Paint 32-Ounce Pre-Mixed — U.S. Art Supply

Chocolate Brown Acrylic Ready to Pour Pouring Paint Premium 32-Ounce Pre-Mixed Water-Based - for Canvas, Wood, Paper, Crafts, Tile, Rocks and More

Item#: USA PS2014-QT

Chocolate Brown Acrylic Ready to Pour Pouring Paint Premium 32-Ounce Pre-Mixed Water-Based - for Canvas, Wood, Paper, Crafts, Tile, Rocks and More

Item#: USA PS2014-QT

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  • POURING MASTERS Ready to Pour colors are formulated with a viscosity (Thickness) that is ideal for ACRYLIC POURING right out of the bottle that creates exceptional cells and Color Movement.
  • Optional Pouring Masters Silicone oil and Pouring Medium may also be added to adjust viscosity and create additional cells. Can be used with other pouring acrylic mediums to deliver flawless and effortless cells and effects that slide over the canvas.
  • Pick from 84 dynamic Ready to Pour acrylic paint colors. They are ready to go straight into the mix cup, and perfectly formulated to tilt, swipe, and puddle.
  • The success of your artwork will depend on consistent flow of your paint. POURING MASTERS Ready to Pour paints are premixed to the consistency of honey. This assures that each color will flow over, and with each other when tilting the canvas.
  • Great for Dirty Pour Technique, Flip Cup Technique, Dutch Pours, Tree Ring Pours and many other techniques you invent as you learn the Art of Acrylic Pouring

Weight: 2.5 lb


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Kind of thin

First time using this color, it is thin but Love the color, it got thin on the corners of canvas, dried thin in spots when I added more paint it didn't blend well, so will finish bottle and see what happens.

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