ELEMENTS OF ACRYLIC POUR
LEARN THE TOP 3 TECHNIQUES I USE TO CREATE STUNNING ART
Hey, I'm Megan!
ADVID DIYER, ARTIST + DESIGNER
It all started with a 15 second video on Pinterest. Someone pulling a string over a canvas and revealing the most magical display of colors that swished across the screen. My only thought was...
I HAD TO LEARN HOW TO DO THIS!
I spent the next 7 hours watching video after video of what is known as Pour Art or Fluid Art. Then off to the store I went to get EVERYTHING I thought you needed to make this art.
I became quickly frustrated that most of these videos just showed you parts of the pour (and usually at 2x + 3x speeds) and I wanted DETAILS! The EXACT step you take to achieve a great outcome.
So I set out on a mission to learn everything I could, to study how each technique was done and watch the paint dry to fully understand the best methods of application.
And now I want to share these lessons with YOU!
The secret to great abstract art is NOT talent -
Choose your adventure
Ready to get started?
Learn my top 3 techniques I use to create fluid art. STEP-BY-STEP easy to follow videos that show you EXACTLY how to get outstanding results.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Q: How long will I have access to the content? Will the course expire?
A: This course is a lifetime course! You will always have access to the content. Feel free to work at your own pace and revisit modules as much as needed.
Q: What if I already have some of the supplies? Can I purchase just some of them?
A: Absolutely! Here is our list of recommended retailer + online options to purchase the items.
Q: What is the recommended age for the course?
A: 8 years of age or order. We will be coming out with a younger kid friendly program soon!
Q: Do you offer any in-person classes?
A: Please feel free to contact us! We are open to this idea on a case by case basis.
Q: I am really not artistic, are you sure I can do this?
A: Absolutely! That is the best part about this style of art - there are no formal rules or lines to stay in between.