My second poured painting. Again I did not have the correct paint, or pouring medium or silicone, but I was happy with the result. This piece was more controlled and I had a definitive image in mind for an end result. Pouring is unpredictable, but SOOOOOO MUCH FUN. What I did find is that after the photo was taken and the painting dried, the paint cracked, so will have to get the correct materials for any future endeavours, especially if I want them to last.

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Comment by John Andreou on May 8, 2017 at 7:58pm

This really draws the eyes in - I like it a lot Daryll x

Comment by Ramnath Benegal on May 9, 2017 at 8:13am

Another beautiful work, which I like. This time, I can see that your image is a well thought of subject. The result of your experiment is truly successful. I am sure , you will find a solution to the problem of paint cracking, soon.

Ramnath

Comment by Daryll Geddes on May 10, 2017 at 10:12am

Thank you all for your comments. New challenge and hoping to incoroprate this style of painting with other mediums as well. I love art .... the possibilities are endless...

Comment by R L Oliver on July 20, 2018 at 11:44pm

I agree one hundred percent. Pouring is fun!

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