This tab is divided into different mediums. First are acrylic pour paintings, next are alcohol ink paintings, then polymer clay.
Acrylic pouring is a method which involves mixing acrylic paint with different mediums and pouring it on canvas or on other surfaces in various methods. For instance, sometimes it is layered in a cup and turned upside down on a canvas, or a string is pulled across the paint, or a paper is swiped across the canvas.
To see more about a painting and pricing, click on the painting.
Everything ships for $10 to the USA, unless it is cheaper.
Residents of Pocono Lake get a discount.
The following are alcohol ink paintings. Alcohol inks are, as the name suggests, an alcohol-based, highly pigmented, dye-based ink that can be diluted with isopropyl alcohol. It comes in a myriad of colors, plus you can mix your own colors. Some of the tools I use are a hair dryer, a heat gun, a straw, and cotton swabs.
Most are just matted, as it is cheaper and easier to mail, however all are original paintings, not prints.
I also make pictures out of polymer clay, a substance that you work like clay, but when baked in the oven, becomes a polymer and is solid. I also make tiles, which I use to cover boxes. You might have heard of Fimo, Sculpey or Kato clays. I mostly use Sculpey Premo and Kato clays.
A. jars are $15 for one and $25 for 2