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Old 01-20-2018, 01:37 PM
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My first try in acrylic pours and I saw the potential of a flower, so I added some more yellow ac. 5x8.5 using yellow red and blue. My first abstract flower in ac too
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Old 01-20-2018, 02:30 PM
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Re: Pour flower

Van Gogh would be proud of you.....just don't cut off your ear!...

great job on your first pour.....very colorful 'somerzell'....always liked those!
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Christel: This is amazing - Really fascinating process - Like what you have done here -

Yes, please do not "cut off your ear"; nor shoot yourself -

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Hehe, I still need my ears! Thanks Blue and Hud!
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Good for you Christel - I think you're pushing me to try this too!

Actually, I like the first version better - something lovely happening there!
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Christel, I'm really impressed how you did this acrylic pour. It almost looks like alcohol ink, meaning the bright colors it has.
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Thanks Lil. I've got these very old paints from Penguin Super Redimix that are at a pouring consistency already.
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What fun and how terrific it turned out. Your addition of the yellow petal edges really brought the flower to life.
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Thanks Kathy!
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Beautiful, mysterious, and flowing excitement!
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Thanks Kay!
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Christel this is a wonderful flower in watery motion great work.
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Thanks Anthony!
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