Fluid Painting Techniques l BLOWN FLOWER l Acrylic Pouring


Hi everyone, See below in the description box for colors used! And be sure to check out Rinske Douna youtube channel! She so kindly showed us her technique! My blow dryer was to strong for this so I used my lungs! Blow the white over the puddle first!

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  • Ms. H.

    Stunning, ❤️ it!

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  • Kimberly Garey

    Absolutely beautiful!

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  • Macarena Nieto

    What is the object that you use at the end, with fire? Help me

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  • Connie Greene

    Very Pretty. Did you still use water or just the Floetrol?

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  • Wendy Dix

    OMG, love it!!!!

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  • Jen Sheehan

    That’s so beautiful!!!!

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  • Audrey Penn

    How come your white doesn’t sink to the bottom? Mine always does 🤔

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  • Sue Falls

    A frilly finned fish❤️

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  • Md mijanur Rahman

    Awesome painting

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  • Олик Кутепова

    Очень красиво!!!

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  • Nasheema Shahbazi

    NICE!!!

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  • Louise Hord

    Beautiful added techniques on Rinska’s idea. Thanks for sharing!💕

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  • Rinske Douna

    Love it HUN!!

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  • Angie’sMixedmediaarts. 2019

    Very beautiful thx

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  • Laura Scruggs

    Looks like an iris.

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  • judy steinfeldt

    Love it.

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  • Colette Revesdange

    Hello !
    What a beautiful painting !
    If I don't want cells , could you tell me how Can I mix the paints ? With what ?
    Sorry for my poor english, I am french.

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  • Pierrette Leclair

    Félicitation, c’est magnifique!!!😘

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  • Sheila Hughes

    That’s really creative and pretty. When you first started I wasn’t sure. Just goes to show don’t make snap judgements.

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  • Judy Secor

    Just beautiful!!!

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  • Anne Boxall

    Looks so easy! Gorgeous result. Bet I don’t get the same . I wish!

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  • Pam Cullen

    Lovely colours- do you need to put white paint on if using a white ceramic tile??

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  • Pam Osterhaus

    Wow

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  • Sue Kruger

    Beautiful ive tried but cannot seem to master this one

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  • Margaret Cardera

    Wow! That was cool! Great job!🤖

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  • Karen Kernell

    An Iris!!!

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  • Jojo Allen

    Beautiful

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  • Betty Hutchinson

    Very nice!👍🏼💞

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  • Fairhope acrylic Abstract Artist Tamatha McElmurry

    PRETTY! I have used a similar technique to do oysters! Thanks for sharing.

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  • Rockn Granny

    Also try a straw to blow through as you can get great direction control.

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  • Claire Morgan Acrylic Art

    Another beauty

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  • Maxine Wilkinson

    Beautiful!!

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  • Brenda Romero

    Beautiful. I’ve tried lung power but I get light headed and 🥴 dizzy. I will try the hair dryer like Rinski does. She’s marvelous. Anaheim makes it look as easy. Thanks for sharing

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  • Mel i

    Totally awesome I've been wanting to learn this technique thank you.

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  • Sylvia Epton

    Love it

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  • Deborah Rech

    Beautiful!

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  • ssue

    Were you using a straw? Came out very pretty I haven't subscribed yet I watch another of your videos and see if you just have that horrible YouTube elevator music that's just a real turn off for me thanks for sharing

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  • GAIL MCKINNEY

    Beautiful

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  • Cathy holmes

    Hi Erica..i tried this and after blowing my paint around, it seems like i had a lot of paint still puddling in the middle of my small canvas…should the paint be on the thinner side for this? TY

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  • Margot4454

    This is very lovely ! However, Rinske doesn't use any medium, no Floetrol, she uses only water and I guess it is what makes her technique so surprising. No silicone either but many cells. And she is Dutch so the last "e" in her name sounds like the fist "E" in "Erica" … RinskE

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  • Jude Lewis

    Beautiful!!!

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  • WapajeaWalksOnWater

    Absolutely stunning

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  • Lan Hornsby

    How to get many shell pls share

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  • n williams

    Beautiful. It is iris-like!

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  • Paula Hardesty

    I'm using the same ingredients and I can't get these cells like you.

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  • Jan Trent

    Absolutely LOVELY!!!!! So inspired by your results!!!!

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  • catu azul

    Qué hermoso la asemejó con una orquídea

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  • Painting For Beginners

    Nice

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  • Jenna Rose Chloe

    💙💜💙💜💙💜💙💜😁

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  • maria isabel costa

    I love your flower, but how do you make paints so liquid in a way that you can blow the paints. Mine dried and did not mine one inch

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  • Linda Goodhart

    Does anyone know if you can use metallic paints in this technique eg silver and sparkle?

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  • Melinda Mutch

    Beautiful iris!

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  • Katie Koehlmoos

    That's stunning. I hope I can create something half that beautiful. Wow.

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  • Judi Christopher

    Awwww… I Love It…

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  • Naima Sadiq

    is floetrol necicerry ??

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  • Terry Ann Sweeney

    Beautiful! I’ve been having a lot of problems using the blow dryer… I will try just blowing it out…thank you for the inspiration!

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  • Christine Schmidt

    Hallo Erica 🤗
    Es ist eine wundervolle Blume entstanden, ganz bezaubernde Farben 😍
    Ganz herzliche liebe Grüße aus Saarbrücken, Tine 😘😘😘

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  • Yasmine Ahmed

    I want to ask you what the white liqued do you put first
    It is very nice❤️❤️❤️

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  • Lynda ortiz

    Beautiful! You have some lungs on you! I love the music.

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  • Lynda ortiz

    Funny I tried blowing and nothing came out. The paint didn’t flow at all. 😩🤣

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  • r5050bruce Bruce

    Very nice.

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  • SIMONE GAUTIER

    Quel genre de sèche cheveux faut il ? Chaud où bien froid? Merci de me répondre en FRANCAIS .

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  • poomz

    Wow, that was the cleanest fluid art pour I’ve ever seen! Your newspaper didn’t have drop on it, lol. I kind of cringe with all the access paint normally going to waste, but you’ve done it in a way that saves product! And it still looks beautiful… well done.

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  • Rauta James

    Lovely, thanks for sharing.

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  • Andrea Realpe

    I can't get over how beautiful this is. Great work. You are very talented 😍

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  • Megui Piccinini

    Que tinta é essa?

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