Acrylic Painting Techniques

 

Air Painting

If you have access to compressed air, it's a lot of fun to push paint around with an airhose.  The results can be facinating and paintings can be built around them, so when you are feeling a bit in need of a new direction, squirt some paint out and have some fun.

First, keep the pressure low for more control.  I usually keep it around 20 psi.

AirPainting

Below, I have used some self adhering shelf paper as a quick frisket and squeezed out some paint. I always thin my acrylics with medium which works well for this technique.  

Air Painting 4

After an initial blowing, I add paint where needed.

Air Painting 5

I now have removed the frisket and can now play with the wet paint. It's lots of fun to experiment with different color combinations.

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Here is an "air painting" from my Abstract Gallery

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I also used this this technique in the valcano in "Outcasts"

Outcasts

"Outcasts" Acrylic and ink on canvas, 36"x36"

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