Resin painting 114

Because I had so much fun with last week’s painting, I decided to do another one this week using a plastic juicer.  I decided this painting will also be an opportunity to cover up painting 108.

Resin formula

I mixed 6 ounces of resin, then poured off one ounce into two separate cups and colored them with Resin Obsession opaque white and Krylon metallic silver paint.  (You know how I love that color.)  The white resin also got a drop of dimethicone.  The remaining resin was colored with Resin Obsession opaque black.

I covered the tile with the black resin, then placed the juicer in the resin in multiple spots.  I applied small amounts of white and silver resin through the slats of the juicer.  And when I say small amounts, I really mean it.  It was like drizzling caramel over the whipped cream in your frappucino.  I also used a heat gun to remove bubbles and push the resin around.

You can see more in this video:


resin painting 114

I like the patterns I was able to make.  By paying attention to how much resin I use (or didn’t use as the case may be) I was surprised with how much of the color floated on top.  It gave it more of a frosty look.  I’m already looking forward to trying this again with more colors.

What have you been up with resin painting recently?



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