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Old 12-07-2018, 08:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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This is one of my favorite techniques. I rolled the brass tube in paint that was leftover from a paint pour and then cast it in Smooth-Onís Crystal Clear 202 resin. Itís assembled on a Slimline.

I let the brass tubes dry for a week before casting them, and then leave them in the mold for 2 days before turning them.
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That's pretty awesome.
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Beautiful !!

But I don't think I know what a "paint pour" means.
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Paint pouring is an art technique where you mix acrylic paint with both Floetrol (an additive that slows drying) and 3 in 1 lubricant. You mix the paint colors individually, then layer them in a cup, and the pour the contents of the cup on the canvas. You can create some really cool abstract art effects this way. There are a lot of demo and instructional videos on Pinterest. Below are some of the ones Iíve done, unfortunately I donít have a picture of the one that goes with this particular pen.
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Thank you for those pics and more details about the process !
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