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Create a Resin Icescape using Acrylic Shapes for the Ice.

This video is on another of the pieces I created for my 'Elements of Nature' art exhibition. For this one, I am I creating an icescape to show the polar ice caps melting. The acrylic shapes represent the melting ice, and the tinted resin shows the diluted ice melting...

Abstract Resin Beach Art using Shells and Stones

For this project, I decided to use an array of shells that I already had in my stash of products. I had been asked by several people to come up with new ideas other than regular beach scenes for using shells and this is what I came up with. I coloured the shells using...

Turn your Resin Beach Art into a Free-Standing Wave Sculpture

For this project, I wanted to recreate a beach scene only this time incorporate it into a wave shape and turn it into a free-standing sculpture. Using a similar process to my previous resin beach scenes, I used real sand for the base and tinted the resin with small...

How to create a 3D resin shape without using a mould

For this project, I wanted to create a free-standing resin sculpture entirely made from Acrylic Diamonds and Resin. I didn't use any kind of mould for either the crescent shape or for the base. First, I drew the shape out on my computer and printed it on to an A3...

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