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 lacing to the flowers. I figured 1983 didn’t need this painting any more, so it will serve as my base.
I mixed six ounces of MasterCast resin. Five ounces of resin was put into one cup and colored with Resin Obsession opaque black. The remaining resin was split into three cups and colored with Resin Obsession opaque white, opaque purple, and ResiMetals gold lustre.
I covered the entire surface of the tile with black resin, then added drops of white and purple resin. I drew my stick through the colors, then added gold lustre. At the end, I used a toothbrush to flick warm Resiblast onto the painting surface with a toothbrush. You can see what I did here:
Goodbye 1983. It was good while it lasted. 😂 . . . Products used: @elichemresins MasterCast, ResiBlast, ResiMetals and Resin Obsession opaque pigments. . . . . #resin #resinobsession #resine #resina #resinpainting #resinpour #resinart #resinartist #fluidart #abstractart #letitflow #letitflowFB #floridaartist #epoxyresin #sundayfunday #letsgo #letsdothis
I snapped this shot right before I walked away. Unfortunately, it’s the only picture I have. You can hear more about why here:
While I like this painting, it’s not what I was hoping for. I wanted the same ‘poppy flowers’ but with a bit more lacing. I think I will need to add resiblast directly to the colors and not from above the painting to get that effect. On a technique note, it ended up very similar to painting #47, but without as much color.
Has anyone every ruined your resin setup? (and you can comment on the painting too LOL)
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