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 amounts of India Ink.

For the top, I mixed a small amount of white resin with the Acrylic Diamonds and spooned them into shape for the wave. To achieve the white foamy waves, I poured a layer of clear before adding the white and blew it with the heat gun to get movement.

Finally, after leaving it to cure for a few hours (checking every hour) until it was no longer sticky and bent it over rolls of bubble wrap. It was then left to cure overnight.

For this project you will need:

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