Re: Swirl Science
Hey guys, thanks for the response.
I might have readed more than a hundred pages in this and other forums, but still haven't finished. I decided to write this thread because although there are lots of good information on related topics there aren't many precise instructions. There are tons of comments like "you gotta find you own way of doing it" almost like a mantra. I know there are many variables that can change the results for a given recipe, but it doesn't mean there is no method that could be followed to get similar results. I'm talking about avoiding the same mistakes many have already made before. The fact that there is no right way of doing it doesn't mean there's no wrong way.
Being able to do great swirls my own is personal goal now, I got the swirl fever. I know that I have a long way down this road but I'll get there eventually. I'll be taking notes for each experiment I make and the results I get. Any help is welcome.
So, does anyone have a clue on how can I make a oil based paint to spread one color after the other constantly?