I mixed all of my colors pretty much to my liking. I then made a large cup of pouring medium consisting of 3 parts floetrol to 1 part GAC800 to 1 part Liquitex pouring medium. I then mixed all of my colors 1:1 ratio with the pouring medium mixture. I then added water to get my paint mixture to the consistency of honey pouring of my stick in a stream. It was on the thicker side. I added a drop or so to each cup of color of OGX Coconut Milk Anti-Breakage Serum. The pouring colors into 7 individual cups did not record on my video… It only showed the last cup. I poured the darker and lighter of each color with a little drizzle of white between the layers. I then added a little white on top and then put down the lighter color of the next color in the line on the top of the two colors. So this was NOT a swipe. I did a row for all 7 colors with the two tones of the color purple, blue, turquoise, green, yellow, orange and red. Sorry about the missing part of the video! At least you got to see the mixing of colors and the final cup being layered. I always seal my art after it has dried a minimum of 72 hours with multiple coats of High Gloss Varnish using a sponge brush. **Tip** I store my sponge brush in a sealed Ziploc between coats and do not rinse it so it does not deteriorate the sponge. This will store safely for at least a week.
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