I kind of want to buy this! I know I shouldn’t, because I should be saving money for diapers and things but I really don’t have enough ‘art’ in my house. It’s all just family photos and I really think a few panels of ‘art’ would really spice things up.
@mehcuda67 Note; I am an expert on this, because I have watched several YouTube videos on the subject.
Getting good results requires artistic talent. The successful Youtubers pour paint on a canvas and then mess with it until it looks good. Then they stop. They always manage to completely cover the canvas.
Stopping at the right time is hard, very hard.
The good art manages to maintain a consistent theme from edge to edge, while keeping it interesting. These canvases are small which should help a bit in that department.
A common technique is to pour a solid color over the complete canvas and then pour the art. This means they don’t have to worry about covering the canvas and making it look good at the same time. Usually they use white or black for the background color.
You can use the strainer/colander technique which is probably best if your second guessing yourself. Search YouTube, I typed in paint strainer art and it pulled up a bunch of different videos on how to do it.
@katylava There are other ways to make the little cells than with the oil, so if you do a test pour and don’t get them, do a Google search for other ways. I know some people use glue, but I don’t remember the specifics.