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Thread: Abstract painting: pouring and throwing painting

  1. #1
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    Abstract painting: pouring and throwing painting

    Hi,

    With abstract painting, I notice artists often pour painting or throw painting on the canvass. These effects are very interesting. I wondered if it is possible to render these technics to keep randomness and surprising results.

    Thank you to share your advice and methods.
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    Maybe make a spatter brush and put a big random offset on it?

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    How to start a thread?

    I couldn't find anything on this site regarding this topic, but I'm a new member and had a question.. how do you go about creating your own thread? I don't want to intrude and ask my question in anyone else's thread.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bottledinnuendos View Post
    I couldn't find anything on this site regarding this topic, but I'm a new member and had a question.. how do you go about creating your own thread? I don't want to intrude and ask my question in anyone else's thread.

    Thanks.
    Go to the forum main page and then choose which category you want, then up the top is start new thread, and off you go!

    Re: Spattering and splashing paint around. You must practice, practice, practice with this medium, and experiment how to get random effects. It can be done!

    Look for gxhpainter's work. Gary is a great example of beautiful splashes and seemingly random effects. BUT he really knows his medium. See: http://forums.artrage.com/showthread...-Joyful-Spirit

    Just have fun, play around to see what eventuates.

  5. #5
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    Thank you for these useful answers.

    It's true, copespeak, that it is important to know perfectly the technics for all tools. I wonder too if a new tool could be made with sorts of random algorithms (?). (Thank you in advance Artrage team !)
    Windows 10 - Surface
    ArtRage 5
    Draw and paint with a simple corded mouse.
    My gallery: http://500px.com/cb6973

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