Creating With a Dirty Pour: Mix each color separately (paint and medium). You'll also want to get some mixing cups and wood craft sticks to mix your paints, floetrol (pouring medium) to make your paint flow better and to prevent cracking and crazing, plastic covering to keep your work area clean, a wire rack or painters pyramids to support your painting and allow paint to drip over the edges, gloves to help keep your hands and nails clean, a huge cookie sheet pan to catch …

Dirty pours are the most common pours, and a wide variety of results can be achieved using this acrylic pouring technique.

You can even create ‘double dirty pours’ by using different colors in different cups, such as a blend of blues and greens in one cup, and then reds and yellows in another cup. A dirty pour refers to the process of layering individual colors in a cup, and then pouring them onto a surface all at once. Example of a dirty pour – closeup On a larger canvas, several different dirty pour cups might be needed.