FAQ

How do you make your fluid/resin art, and how can I learn these techniques?

My fluid art pieces are the result of years at school coupled with hundreds of hours of experimenting. I use acrylic paint, various oils, mediums and other additives combined with gravity and general luck to create my pieces. Although I can control a small amount of the outcome, the paint does most of the work.

My classes are available 24/7 to anyone in the world via a private Facebook group and include all future fluid art techniques and tutorials for free. 

My resin pieces are a combo of Art Resin, glitter, inks, dyes and various paints coupled with gravity and prayer. This technique is visibly similar to things in nature such as fungi, coral reefs and other lifeforms.

This technique is taught in my fluid art class for no extra cost!


I found a blemish in my piece, explain yourself!

All of my artworks are individually hand made or hand crafted, they are one of a kind creations and not factory manufactured. As a result products will have subtle variations from one piece to the next, caused by variations in the substrate, the enviroment as well as the hand crafting techniques used. This means from time to time there may be a small warped edge, hair or fingerprint.

The images, descriptions and measurements you will find on my site have been used to best portray the products I sell. I must advise that although we try our upmost to remain completely honest, the information due to the nature of our products can not be 100% accurate.

I like to celebrate the unique nature of each and every single product we sell. As well as the desirability that goes with the knowledge that you are buying a one off, hand crafted item. However if you do have any questions or queries regarding this please feel free to get in touch with me at dirtypourart@gmail.com


What's the details with shipping?

I ship items once a week via USPS. All US orders will be supplied with tracking numbers, International orders will be supplied with the customs number.

Shipping is calculated using actual cost, materials, and driving distance.