Sue Kauffman Unger

Sue Kauffman Unger

Elizabethtown, PA / "Gigi" to 5 fabulous grandkids who add great pleasure to my life. Home stager, artist.
Sue Kauffman Unger
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3 Color Dirty Pour. Mixing Ratios Explained. Fluid Painting Basics, Paint Pouring - YouTube

3 Color Dirty Pour. Mixing Ratios Explained. Fluid Painting Basics, Paint Pouring - YouTube

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Christmas Winter Reclaimed Wood Pallet Art, Let It Snow, Hand painted Pine tree,Christmas decorations, upcycled shabby chic, Original Acrylic painting on reclaimed pallet boards. This unique piece is 5 1/2 x 19 tall. It is a fun, personal touch to add to your Christmas decor or a great gift for teachers. All of my creations are made of reclaimed boards. They are hand painted and are made after they are ordered. Although I try to duplicate original as closely as possible, there may be slig...

Christmas Winter Reclaimed Wood Pallet Art, Let It Snow, Hand painted Pine tree,Christmas decorations, upcycled shabby chic, Original Acrylic painting on reclaimed pallet boards. This unique piece is 5 1/2 x 19 tall. It is a fun, personal touch to add to your Christmas decor or a great gift for teachers. All of my creations are made of reclaimed boards. They are hand painted and are made after they are ordered. Although I try to duplicate original as closely as possible, there may be slig...

Acrylic painting: Blending-Blending is a tricky technique to master with acrylic painting. First I lay in a layer of white then using a filbert brush, add in blue along the bottom of the area being blended. I stroke back and forth, rapidly up and down the area, until I get a nice gradient from darker blue to white. Working wet into wet is the best way to blend. You can also dry blend by laying in colour, letting it dry then dry brushing colour over it.

Acrylic painting: Blending-Blending is a tricky technique to master with acrylic painting. First I lay in a layer of white then using a filbert brush, add in blue along the bottom of the area being blended. I stroke back and forth, rapidly up and down the area, until I get a nice gradient from darker blue to white. Working wet into wet is the best way to blend. You can also dry blend by laying in colour, letting it dry then dry brushing colour over it.

Video shows how you can create cells in acrylic pouring and painting by blowing the paint. It also makes beautiful designs too.

Video shows how you can create cells in acrylic pouring and painting by blowing the paint. It also makes beautiful designs too.