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Resin painting techniques #71 and #72

negative space resin painting

Resin painting #71 Let’s try another negative space painting, but this time with black as the back.  I’ve also figured out that if I’m going to cover a painting, using the same colors in the next layer will work best should something show through. The cover painting for this new one is #55.  I mixed six… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #69 and #70

resin painting

Resin painting #69 Well here’s something I never thought I would say. My resin painting got rained on.  Not kidding.  More to come on that, but right away.. For this painting, I mixed five ounces of resin.  Two were mixed with Resin Obsession opaque teal, two with Resin Obsession opaque yellow with a smidge of… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #67 and #68

resin painting with Pearl ex powders Resin painting #67 I wanted focus more on resin painting with pearl ex powders in a method other than mixing them with resin. Let's just jump right in and stipulate this is the ugliest painting ever.  I'm not giving you formulas because who in the world would want to create this?? I was going through... Read more »

Resin painting techniques #65 and #66

resin painting with spray paint After liking the initial results last week of using spray paint directly on resin, I wanted to see if there was a way I could better control how the paint hits the resin surface.  I squirrel stuff away like crazy in my studio and was happy to find these implements to help me get it... Read more »

Resin painting techniques #63 and #64

I have been thinking a lot about solvents and the part they play in getting a resin painting to look the way you want.  This week, I thought it might be fun to try spray paint — directly on the painting!  I don’t know what the exact ingredients are in spray paint, but knowing it’s… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #61 and #62

resin painting techniques

Resin painting pour #61 Technique focus:  to do a ‘geode like’ pour In deciding to try making resin geodes, I wanted to start small and practice simply with pouring stripes of resin next to each other.  No expectations that this would be great art — simply learning. I mixed five ounces of resin.  Three were… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #59 and #60

resin painting negative space pours

Resin painting pour #59 Technique focus:  to do a negative space pour I like the visual balance of a negative space pour and put trying that technique to the test in the studio this week.  In addition to trying the pour, I also wanted to use smaller cups for the color portion of the pour. … Read more »

Resin painting techniques #57 and #58

resin paintings orange black white silver with cells

Resin painting pour #57 My first commissions In having a discussion with my kids this week, they thought it would be fun for me to create resin paintings with the cats as inspiration — specifically the colors of orange and gray.  Since I didn’t have any other painting plans this week, I decided to accept… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #55 and #56

cells white resin

Resin painting pour #55 Technique focus of this painting: to concentrate on different methods and techniques to get cells in white resin I’m going to stipulate right from the beginning that these paintings were not done with ‘being artistic’ in mind.  I wanted to ‘deconstruct’ cells in white resin and made that the focus of… Read more »

Resin painting techniques #53 and #54

Resin painting pour #53 Technique focus of this painting: to do a dirty pour flip cup painting It was a little busy for me last week, and I didn’t get the studio time I had planned.  I’m trying to practice resin art pouring every week, so I forced myself to do some painting over the… Read more »