Fire! Pouring and Blowing on a Vinyl Record

I had an idea in my head but would it work out? I wanted to create something that looked like flames against a black background. Out came another old record and I covered it in a generous layer of lamp black.

Adding one color at a time, I layered red, orange and yellow across the center of the record and blew the paint with a narrow straw. I was pretty nervous! Silly really but when I had a preconceived notion of what I wanted it to look it, I would have been disappointed if it hadn’t come out as I wanted.

But I didn’t have to worry – it was awesome! Better even than I probably imagined. Check out the video below for all the details and then scroll down below the video for a slideshow of the finished record and some of the details.

Check out the slideshow below with lots of pictures, both wet and dry, and closeups of all those gorgeous details.

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Blowing flames with acrylic pouring techniques - video tutorial on an old LP vinyl record

4 thoughts on “Fire! Pouring and Blowing on a Vinyl Record”

    1. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ Yes absolutely. Lay down a wet layer of paint first and blow away ๐Ÿ™‚

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