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Acrylic Pouring Sets

Acrylic pouring is an interesting and fun way of painting with fluids. What makes it different from other artist paint is its pourable consistency. Get your acrylic pouring paint set from Art to Art and start experimenting with an abstract art style that will challenge and delight!


The acrylic paint in our kits is pre-mixed, so all you need to do is pour them onto an art canvas or board to make a masterpiece. You can use Afterpay to buy now and pay later, and remember, with orders over $100 you receive free shipping anywhere in Australia.

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Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 120ml 4pc Set Coral

$24.95

Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 120ml 4pc Set Golden Beach

$24.95

Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 120ml 4pc Set Metallic

$29.95

Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 120ml 4pc Set - Marina

$24.95

Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 60ml 4pc Set - Aurora

$11.95

Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 60ml 4pc Set - Celestial

$11.95

Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 60ml 4pc Set - Cosmic

$11.95

Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 60ml 4pc Set - Ethereal

$11.95

Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 60ml 4pc Set - Flamingo

$11.95

Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 60ml 4pc Set - Symphony

$11.95

Mont Marte Pouring Acrylic Paint 60ml 4pc Set - Rainforest

$11.95

Helmar Silicone Oil 100ml

$7.95

Acrylic Pouring Sets

So, how do I create art with fluid acrylic paint? Basically, you pour the paint from your acrylic pouring kit onto your medium. Then, using painting sticks or heat from a blow torch, you move the paint around until you're satisfied with how it looks. You can also add extra silicone oil to create stunning cell-like patterns. Leave it to dry for 24 hours and you've got yourself a completed work of art!

At Art to Art, we have a wide range of acrylic pour painting supplies to help you get creative.. As a beginner, we recommend trying our sets that are pre-mixed and ready to pour!There's no need for recipes and ratios when you have one of our Mont Marte acrylic pouring paint kits. They come in two sizes - 60ml or 120ml bottles. All that's left for you to do is pick from the different themed colour sets:

  • Marina

  • Coral

  • Golden Beach

  • Metallic

Shop acrylic pouring paint sets online! Get free shipping over $100 and same-day dispatch. 

FAQs

What kind of paint do you use for pouring acrylic?

You'll need to use fluid acrylic paint, which is much thinner than regular, heavy body acrylic. 

What to add to acrylic paint for pouring?

The Art to Art premixed pouring paint kits come ready to go! If you already have acrylic paint at home, you might want to thin it out with some water or a special pouring medium

You can also create different effects by adding silicon oil. This, teased with the air from a heat gun or a hair drier, will create striking visuals on your canvas or surface.

How do you pour acrylic for beginners?

An acrylic pouring paint set makes fluid art super easy for beginners! The colours come premixed and are complementary, so all you need to do is set up your canvas or surface, then pour them! Just make sure you have something underneath to catch any excess paint. Once you’ve got a hang of paint pouring, you can watch some YouTube tutorials to experiment and improve your technique.

What do you need for pouring acrylics?

Apart from the paints, other art supplies you'll need are:

  •  board or canvas,

  • Some cups to layer your paints into

  • Some disposable gloves to keep your hands clean

  • Some wooden painting sticks

  • A paint brush 

  • Some acrylic mediums and varnishes like gesso

  • A heat gun or hair dryer

  • And a willingness to experiment! 

You can often use tools that are in your DIY kits or things you might have lying around the house, so get creative. Remember, once you've gotten your paints onto the canvas, you'll need about 24 hours for it to dry. Ignore your drawing sets for the day and get pouring. Have fun!

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