Category: Resin Art

Resin painting techniques #85

resin painting direct pour

Resin painting techniques #85 I wasn’t sure what I was going to paint this week, but found I was inspired by another artist’s color combination on Instagram. My painting surface is a 12 inch square ceramic white tile.  I mixed five ounces of MasterCast resin.  Two ounces each went into two cups, the remaining ounce split… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #84

resin painting direct our silver white black

Resin painting techniques #84 I decided to take this week to get ‘back to basics’.  I made a point to only choose three colors that would blend and compliment each other well:  black, white and silver.  I covered up painting #67 for this one. I mixed five ounces of MasterCast resin and split it into 3 cups. … Read more »

Resin painting techniques #83

resin painting direct pour with acetone

Resin painting techniques #83 I wanted to try painting again with acetone as the catalyst for cells, but this time on a black background.  Since painting #72 wasn’t one that I liked because it ended up uneven, I’m using that as the basis for this painting. I mixed six ounces of MasterCast resin and split it into… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #82

resin painting pour #82

Resin painting techniques #82 Let me stipulate from the beginning this was not the painting I intended.  I was trying to channel a vibrant sunset with a few clouds. I mixed six ounces of MasterCast resin.  I split it into 4 cups — three cups with two ounces of resin and one cup of one ounce… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #81

resin painting study

Resin painting techniques #81 So thanks to everyone who left comments last week in my dirty pour flip cup painting that turned out to be just dirty.  I remembered that I had likable results in a dirty pour over white resin and thought maybe I should try that again. I mixed six ounces of MasterCast resin.  Four… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #80

dirty pour flip cup teal purple magenta

Resin painting techniques #80 I’m not sure if it’s because I’m stubborn or determined, but I want to get better at dirty pour and flip cup paintings.  I thought this week I would try a different technique and use three flip cups at once. I mixed six ounces of MasterCast resin.  Four ounces of resin were split… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #79

resin painting direct pour with resiblast

Resin painting #79 I am liking this ‘wispy flower’ technique I have used over the last two weeks.  By drawing a stir stick through colors on wet resin, I’m able to create beautiful poppy flowers.  I wanted to try again with a dark background, but with a little ResiBlast at the end to add some… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #78

Resin painting #78 Now that I have found a resin painting style that I like, I wanted to try it with a darker background.  Since I didn’t like painting #59, I used it as the base for this painting, covering it with black resin and the same colors from the original painting in case something showed… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #77

resin painting direct pour

Resin paining #77 After creating the magic of last week’s painting, I wanted to try again with different colors. I mixed six ounces of MasterCast resin.  Four and a half ounces of resin was put into one cup and colored with Resin Obsession opaque white.  The remaining one and a half ounces of resin were split into four… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #76

resin painting study direct pour

Resin painting #76 I liked the technique of last week where I used my stirring utensil to draw through the resin.  I intended for this painting to be a puddle pour doing the same thing, but it didn’t quite work out that way.  (in a good way I think) I mixed five ounces of MasterCast resin.  Three… Read more »