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Whisk painting for two

DIY

by Panduro

Whisk painting for two

Whisk painting for two

How to instructions

  • 1

    Cover the work surface and the surrounding space with protective plastic. Watch out for paint splashes! Two people are required for this project, as well as an electric whisk and a large cardboard box.

  • 2

    Place a canvas inside the box. The canvas must be able to rotate freely inside the box. We recommend a 20 x 20 cm canvas, which is a good size to work with. Make a hole in the bottom of the box so a whisk can be inserted from underneath.

  • 3

    Tape a piece of cardboard securely to the top of one of the mixer’s whisks. Remember that the piece of cardboard should not be larger than the canvas. Place two spots of glue on the back of the canvas using a glue gun and then attach it to the piece of cardboard.

  • 4

    Insert the whisk with the piece of cardboard and the glued canvas into the box so that the whisk attachment sticks out from the bottom. Install the whisk attachment in the electric whisk.

  • 5

    Place the whole box on an upside down stool or similar. One person starts the electric hand mixer from below and makes sure that the canvas can rotate freely inside the box. The other person drips paint onto the canvas in different colours. Do not use too much paint. Stop the electric whisk and see how the paint has spread. Continue with more paint if you think it’s necessary. Remove the canvas from the piece of cardboard and let it dry.

  • 6

    Apply a layer of Glazing Resin to the picture to give it a high gloss finish.

Ready for a colour explosion? This brilliant art project takes acrylic painting to dizzying new heights. What is more, you get the chance to be creative with a friend because two people are required to create the cool spiral paintings using an electric whisk. We recommend that you use Panduro Acrylic matt, which has a thinner consistency. Watch out for splashes! Even if a large, tall box captures most of the paint splash, there is a risk that the paint will still splash outside.

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