Resin a bit blurry On some parts

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    • #91854
      Kevin
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      Hello ! im kinda new to this, and my work has a small problem. its a 3d resin painting of a dragon, i love this piece.. this is the first succesfull piece ive ever done…And i was just sealing it and curing it in the sun..ive watched over it to make sure nothings wrong and lol it started getting a bit a blurry and immediately took it out of the pavement .. Fortunately only some parts(mostly the legs) are a bit blurry (not insanely cloudy) the head and horns are fine (but could be clearer).Can i sandpaper and polish it on those specific parts ? or do i need to do it all ?… Sorry, its hard to describe it here since i cant upload any picture….to show you what it looks like… its just a red dragon on a clear glass plate.. Please help me any tips would be appreciated….Note tho its only a thin coating of resin (i domed it).. so do i need to mind on how hard i sand the piece ? Thanks !

    • #91857
      Katherine Swift
      Keymaster

      Hi Kevin,

      I’m not clear on what happened. Are you saying you 3D printed something with resin, then it went cloudy after you put it outside?

    • #91858
      Kevin
      Guest

      not cloudy… a bit blurry… thats all. Like on parts of the limbs… not a 3d print… its a hand painted 3d dragon… Like i worked on layers to create a 3d illusion… and some parts of the claw is blurry when i was sealing it.. can i sand that part alone ? or is it necessary to sand all of em ?

      • #91866
        Katherine Swift
        Keymaster

        Hi Kevin,

        I would try sanding those parts alone. You can always sand the entire piece if it doesn’t work.

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