Tag: resin painting study

Resin painting #89

resin painting second layer

Resin painting #89 In my efforts to improve some of my prior paintings, I took painting 54 and decided to add a second layer.  I liked this painting, but didn’t like how the gold took over the entire surface.  I thought I could add a second layer to give it contrasting colors. I mixed five… Read more »

Resin painting #88

resin pour painting

Resin painting #88 It was many years ago, back in my college days, that I would trim my own bangs as a way to save money.  On one such occasion, my boyfriend, who turned into my husband, had to take the scissors away from me in an attempt to keep me from making a bad… Read more »

Resin painting #87

resin painting direct pour raspberry white silver

Resin painting #87 I’m focusing on ‘do-over’ paintings for the next little bit.  Partly because I don’t want to be wasteful in my supplies and partly because I’m wanting to feel better about adding a second layer and having it be cohesive with the first.  The base for this week’s painting was painting #38.  To… Read more »

Resin painting #86

second layer of resin

Resin painting techniques #86 I went through some of my old paintings this past week and decided that if I wasn’t in love with them, I needed to paint over them.  I liked painting #51, but not super crazy about it.  Instead of painting over it, I decided to add some extra color to it… Read more »

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 »