- Learn from others experience:
None of us are perfect and the fruit of learning from someone else's experience is always sweet. You can read about a lot of abstract painters and their working style, this way out of the lot you will find someone who's way of working goes well with your personality and you can see yourself fitting perfectly with their working scheme. So don't be afraid to learn from another abstract artists.
- Don't loose your originality:
No matter how many people you look up to learn from, don't loose yourself in the process of learning from others. Adopt the thing that you like from another artists's style but do it in your way. This way you will create a working style that you are comfortable with, and it will be something of your own. And who knows you can be an inspiration for someone else?
- Master of your theme
You can decide for yourself if there is a particular theme you want to stick to and paint abstract or try different genres as per your heart wishes. Do not bind yourself to any scheme unnecessarily but follow your heart in a wise way.
- Your paintings and your tools
You are more than independent to pick the tools that you want to use for your acrylic abstract painting. If you like the traditional way of using brushes and palette and a set of colors, do that. If you want to use sponges, straw or anything that comes in your hand that you feel can enhance your painting use that. Don't let anyone tell you what are the tools that an artist should work with. You are the creator of your painting and you get to decide what brings out the best of it.
- Paint with a purpose
Different people paint abstract for different reasons. Some artists want their art to be sold at a good value, some look for the admiration of their abstract painting on good platforms. At the same time there are also artists who like to paint for themselves and no matter how brilliant their art is, they like to treasure it for themselves. So once you paint an acrylic abstract painting, don't be compelled to follow others in what to do with your painting. Ask yourself because you alone know its worth.