Making My First Art Movie
My first art movie, and I’m so excited! This was quite fun to do. There were some difficulties with staying in frame because I get into doing the art and forget about the camera. Hopefully the more I try these I will get better at it especially as I become more acquainted with all the software programs. Practice makes perfect. Can’t wait to try to make more. Check out this particular acrylic paint pouring flip cup technique. Check back at a later time to see this art for sale. I need to seal it for durability and shine.
I used a tool like this to help me record Phone Holder Bed Gooseneck Mount – Lamicall Flexible Arm 360 Mount Clip Bracket Clamp Stand for Cell Phone 11 Pro XS Max XR X 8 7 6 Plus 5 4, Samsung S10 S9 S8 S7 S6, Overall Length 33.4In(Black). Getting some simple tools for these sessions would really help. I also used a tool like this Sondiko Culinary Torch, Blow Torch Refillable Kitchen Butane Torch Lighter with Safety Lock and Adjustable Flame for Desserts, Creme Brulee, BBQ and Baking(Butane Gas Not Included).
What can you do with an acrylic pour?
An acrylic pour can be used as a background for some very interesting effects. Check out my post about editing artwork for some ideas. With other software you can experiment with all kinds of things. You could also just leave your pours as they are depending on how they came out. I find this technique helps to release some creativity, which can lead to more production of art. It is also very meditative. You can do pouring art on objects with all kinds of outcomes, even jewelry with the skins you create. With so many techniques such as chameleon, swirls, Dutch, balloon kisses and cloud pours there is no end to what we can create.
I hope to improve this movie and make more clips. We will see what the future brings. I have some short clips on my instagram account at https://den-of-art.com/my-instagram-feed/ if you want to see more.
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Cyn, I found this all very interesting. I can’t believe the stuff you’re getting into. I can draw stick figures perhaps lol!