A Screen Sensation Experiment With Paint Pouring

October 23, 2017 — 6 Comments

Recently I showed you a paint pouring experiment and also my Screen Sensations first attempts.

As I was pottering about the flat the other night a lightbulb went on, and not just because the nights are drawing in. This lightbulb was a creative one and suggested to me something VERY exciting!

It suggested that I combine the paint pouring and Screen Sensations experiments into one new experiment!

If you would like to see either of the previous experiments then please visit any the following blog posts …

Grabbing the Screen Sensations set I set myself up, positioned a left-over painted poured canvas and then got to work.

The result?


Take a look for yourself…

Screen Sensation Screen Printing And Paint Pouring Mixed Media (1)

What do you think? Pretty awesome isn’t it?

Fancy giving this a go?

You’ll be needing the Screen Sensations kit, to begin with, followed by the supplies shown in the blog posts about Acrylic Paint Pouring.

Can’t wait to see what you create!

Many thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you again soon.

J :)

6 responses to A Screen Sensation Experiment With Paint Pouring


    Will you be demonstrating this on Create and Craft TV John as the lion looks amazing, just had a quick look at your other blogs about this and all the work is quite mesmerizing, who would have thought wd 40, clever bugger you.

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    gwenniesgardenworld October 23, 2017 at 9:01 am

    absolutely !!

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    Oooooh fabttastic! Hope you finding a little time to sleep too :)

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    Oh that’s wonderful….like carved marble

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