Non-Oily Cell Former for Acrylic Pouring
Acrylic Pouring is also commonly known as Fluid Art
Introduction to cell formation in Pouring Acrylic Art
Cells are basically isolated patches of darker or lighter colour in the final artwork. They are a totally different colour to the paint immediately around them or are areas surrounded by a "wall" of different coloured paint. Variations of cells include features like hollow rings, different coloured cell walls, colour streaks and many more.
Cells can be automatically generated by the movement of different coloured paints through one another due to their different densities or differences in viscosity (thickness). A well-known way to increase or force cell generation is to add silicone oil when preparing the pour.
Benefits and drawbacks of using Non-oily Cell Former
We supply three Cell Forming products, two of which we manufacture ourselves.
Gives unique benefits of generating Cells in Acrylic Pouring Art with non-oily chemistry. Our Non-oily Cell Former is a bit more sensitive to the way you use it but if you require the benefits of not adding an oily substance then this is the product for you.
How to use our Non-oily Cell Former
Keep out of reach of children and avoid eye contact
It is very important to avoid eye-contact with all our Cell Forming products. Permanent eye damage can result from direct eye contact. Dropper bottles may be confused for eye-drop bottles so keep your art products separate from you medical products. In the event of eye contact wash eyes with running water continually and seek medical advice. These products do not harm skin but to prevent unknown effects of absorption through the skin it is better to avoid significant, prolonged and repeat skin contact.
All our products should be kept out of reach of children under 5 years and anybody who may tend to place items or liquids in their mouths should be supervised. Even packing can become a choking hazard.