This medium intrigued me and I thought I'd give it a try.
I was hooked!
You mix acrylic paint with silicone or dimethicone (found in Coconut Hair Serum), and a conditioner to make it pour easily, a little water, and then use different tricks for pouring it onto a canvas. Afterwards, it gets hit with a heat gun to create the "cells" or bubble formations that come from the heat making the additive rise to the surface.
And it is an ooey, gooey, mess of fun!
After a few days of learning how the paint moves and how to control it a little (haha, it is wayyyy out of control, but you can try!)
I decided to try some more representational works. Or as Sugarwings calls it, intentional pouring.
And then I discovered oceans.....
And I cannot stop.
This is why, the elusive cells. When they happen where I want them, it is a wonderful thing.
Some have more than others, but I can't stop chasing them and hoping I catch some.