Acrylic Pouring

Here are the basic products I use for Acrylic Pouring.


Alcohol inks

Here are my current favorite products I use for Alcohol Ink Painting.

  • Yupo Paper Watercolor Pad | 10 sheets of non-absorbent synthetic paper
    *traditional watercolor paper absorbs most of your ink, causing you to use more & will eventually break down the paper

  • Alcohol Inks | Jacquard Pinata Colors - a great starter collection, with a wide range of colors, at an excellent price point. These inks work great with the Yupo paper.
    Copic Marker Refills - offers a wide color selection. These are excellent for a "brush method". *select "See more" to view all the colors to choose from
    Art-C - these come in sets of three

  • 70% Isopropyl Alcohol | This works great to spread and thin your alcohol inks - you do not need anything fancier or more expensive

  • Pipettes | Use with the Isopropyl Alcohol to spread with your ink, or use individually to pull color from your Paint Palette

  • Paint Brushes | Rounds are my favorite; use different sizes to achieve a variety of strokes

  • Kamar Varnish | Use to finish your artwork, once dry

  • Wood Panels | You can mount your Yupo artwork (after dry & varnished) to the wood panels, or you can prime your panels and paint on them directly. I prefer the 1.5" depth. *select "See more" to view all sizes

  • Soft Gel | Used to mount Yupo artwork to your wood panels

  • ArtResin | Seal your mounted artwork, with this non-toxic alternative


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Art does not have to be expensive. Be resourceful & creative with the products you use & the items you make.