Tag: resin painting study

Resin painting 106

resin painting 106

Since the last couple of paintings worked well for me by having something to focus on, I was all ears when someone asked me to do a portrait.  Okay, it was my mother joking that I should do one of her cat, but hey, I’m up for it. Here’s a recent picture of her (the… Read more »

Resin painting #105

resin painting black orange copper

The hardest thing about this week’s painting was getting it photographed.  I suppose that’s a good problem to have. I mixed six ounces of resin to recoat painting #103.  After pulling out 2/3 of an ounce of resin (times three) into three small mixing cups, I colored what was left with Resin Obsession opaque black… Read more »

DIY Lookalike granite countertops

resin painting granite lookalike

I spent the weekend scrubbing and sealing my granite countertops.  After staring at them for an hour, I thought it might be fun to try to recreate them in resin. In case you haven’t been to my kitchen, here’s what my countertops look like for reference: I mixed six ounces of resin to cover a… Read more »

Resin painting #103

You would think if you had success with a process using one set of colors, you could get it to work with another set of colors, right?  Yeah, you would think. I wanted to try painting with a similar technique as painting 102, but with different colors.  I mixed six ounces of resin to cover a… Read more »

Resin painting #102

resin painting direct pour technique

I wanted to try spraying dimethicone on my paintings again, so that is what I focused on for this week’s resin painting direct pour technique. I started with a 12 inch white ceramic tile and mixed seven ounces of resin.  Next, I put 3/4 of an ounce into three cups and colored them with Resin… Read more »

Resin painting #101

resin painting techniques direct pour

I didn’t care for the muddiness of last week’s resin dirty pour painting, so I decided to use the same colors but in a different technique.  I also wanted to try warming dimethicone and flicking it onto the painting surface. Here’s a recap of what I mixed: *Seven ounces of resin, then put 1 ounce… Read more »

Resin painting #100

resin painting dirty pour

Wow.  Painting number 100!  I hope all of you have enjoyed the journey on this series.  I know it’s been a fun learning experience for me. For this week’s painting, I wanted to revisit a dirty pour but instead using dimethicone to create cells.  I mixed about seven ounces of resin and put 1 ounce… Read more »

Resin painting #99

resin painting direct pour

So I treated myself to a new white tile this week instead of painting over another painting.  It was my original intent to create a white based negative space painting.  More on that in a minute. I mixed seven ounces of resin and put 2/3 of an ounce each into three cups and colored as… Read more »

Resin painting #98

resin painting pouring

I started this painting with the idea that it would be a negative space pour.  Is it just me or do you find you have a hard time putting down the resin cup? Painting #37 was the lucky do-over painting this week.  I mixed seven ounces of resin.  I put 3/4 of an ounce each into… Read more »

Resin painting #97

dimethicone to get resin cells

I decided to try another week with dimethicone to get resin cells.  Resin painting #22 finally made its way to the top fo the pile for a do-over and I decided to work with those colors again for this painting. I mixed seven ounces of resin.  I pulled 3/4 of an ounce out each and… Read more »