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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...

How to mould an object and cast it in resin – Gift idea for him!

You no doubt remember from an earlier video that I made a silicone mould of a golf ball, well I have finally managed to get it finished and turned it into a paperweight. To make the mould, I used Pinkysil, a two-part liquid silicone mould material and then poured a...

How to build a successful YouTube Channel – Getting Started

This video is the first in my series of videos on how I built my YouTube channel and how I am making an income from using Social Media to drive traffic to my website. I am no expert when it comes to building your channel, however, for the past four months, I have been...

How I achieve cells and lacing on my resin beach scenes.

After receiving many questions regarding how I create cells and lacing on my beach scenes, I decided to create another video, however, this time I am going into more detail on the process. There are a number of factors that come in to play when trying to achieve cells...

Incorporating handmade 3D Resin Leaves in your art.

This is a follow on from my previous video, using the handmade resin leaves from the last project, I have incorporated them into a new resin art. I have also incorporated some of the mica flakes I was given by Colour Arte. To make the leaves, you first pour a layer of...

Fun project – Inserting lights into your resin art

As promised, here is the link to Colour Arte, that was very kind in sending me the Mica flakes and pigment powders to try out: https://www.colourarte.com. Thank you, Leslie Ohnstad, for sending the samples. This is a fun project to do. I managed to get hold of some...

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