The powewash method involves spraying power wash cleaner on the tumbler before adding spray paint and then immediately pouring water over it to wash off the soap and revealing the really cool splatter pattern left behind. This can be done over glitter or regular paint.
Hydrydipping is the fun process of adding paints to a bucket of water and then dipping the tumbler (or anything really) into the paints and then creating a really fun and unique paint pattern on the tumbler. This can be done over glitter or plain spray paint, it just depends on the look you are going for. I use a brand of paint that is specifically designed for hydro dipping and you can see the colors available in the last image. The combinations of colors is pretty much just up to your imagination
Alcohol Ink Swirl
Alcohol ink swirls can be done in may methods. You can either add epoxy to the cup and then add the ink directly onto the cup after, adding it into epoxy and then applying it to the cup by dripping it over the tumbler while it spins, or just adding it onto the cup without epoxy and then helping it disperse by adding more rubbing alcohol to it.
Crackle is the effect when you have a color base and then add a crackle medium to the cup and adding another paint color over it once it dries. As the top coat of paint dries it starts to separate in a crackle and reveal the color underneath.
Applying textured dragon scales to the cup to give a 3D scale effect.
Applying textured mermaid shapes scales to the cup to give a 3D scale effect.
Dragon Skin Texture
Adding UV resin to the cup in a way that gives a reptile skin 3D effect.
Acrylic pour cups involves adding a variety of acrylic paint colors to a disposable cup and then pouring the paint over the prepped tumbler. This method creates unique results every time. It can be done over glitter or on a basic painted tumbler
Using a blend of alcohol inks and rubbing alcohol to make a faux watercolor design
Peek-a-boo is a method where the cup is glittered and then decals are placed over spots you want to show through when you paint again and cover most of the glitter. Once the paint is dry you remove the decals and then you reveal the glitter beneath it.