This a large commissioned piece, by far my largest resin artwork to date. Each panel is 70 x 70 cm square, making it 2.1 metres long (not including gaps).

To create the movement in the resin, I waited for the resin to start curing and dragged my fingers through to blend the colours and create texture. Next, I applied gold to the centre of the flow and added acrylic diamonds for extra sparkle and dimension. 

Finally, more gold spray paint was added to the edge of the diamonds to create extra contrast between the shapes.

For this project I used:


The Essential Beginner’s Guide to Resin Art Techniques.
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My Goal Setting and Action Planner for Artists.
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