Pressure, when applied to paint that’s between two solid layers of a non-porous surface like acrylic, causes it to spread out. What happens when the two layers are separated is where the dendritic-like effects come into being. Often compared to tree branches or coral, these delicate designs can be printed on a variety of surfaces and make marvelous layers or focal images.
Combine that process with metallic or sparkly paint and fantastic things happen!
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