By adding a pouring medium, silicone, sometimes glue, or flood, to your liquid or fluid acrylics, you can achieve some very interesting pieces. Once mixing the pouring ingredients separately into each pigment, then, adding each prepared pigment, one by one, into one container, and then pouring very carefully and slowly onto your prepared substrate, you can have some exciting results.
It is great fun and a wonderful release to just let go and see what happens!
Acrylic pours are made for those times when you finally embrace the truth that, at no time, are we really in control. After my husband's health crisis in 2018, I would go to studio whenever I could and just experiment with color and movement -- which is what a pour is. It is amazing what comes from letting go and letting the paint flow where there is least resistance, with no plan. Tilting the substrate is about as much control as I could manage, which is right where I was emotionally and mentally. Perfect time to work in pours.