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Materials and Resources – Acrylic Pouring

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Here is a list of materials and suppliers I use most frequently in Acrylic Pouring.

Depending on your location, you’ll probably need to do some research yourself, but this will already help you visualize the products.

 

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List of materials needed for the “Starting with Acrylic Pouring” course:

  • 5 to 6 of your favorite colors of acrylic paint ‘heavy body’ + titanium white. Prefer a brand (Amsterdam, Pebeo, Winsor & Newton) to a very cheap product 😉
  • 2 cotton canvases, 20×20 cm size
  • 1 palette knife
  • 1 jar of Floetrol 1l
  • silicone oil
  • 1 kitchen torch like for crème brûlée (+ refill gas)
  • a dozen cups (plastic or cardboard) of 180 or 200 ml
  • 6 to 7 storage containers
  • 8 pushpins
  • 1 A4 transparent plastic folder
  • scissors
  • 1 roll of paper towel
  • a dozen wooden sticks (adult-size tongue depressors) 150mm x 18mm
  • water
  • newspaper to put your canvas on
  • a plastic tarp to protect your workspace
  • a piece of cardboard A3 size
  • optional: a kitchen scale to measure paint/medium proportions

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Suggestion of Suppliers:

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