If you have watched many of my other videos, you will see that I use Mineral Turpentine or White Spirits regularly to move the resin and create exciting effects.
In this video, I experiment with adding the turps to the ink before adding it to the resin. I think you will agree that it made for some interesting effects. I was quite surprised at how the ink reacted in the turps, the pigment separated from the liquid, showing the pigment particles.
For this project I used:
- Round Wooden Board
- Le Rez Expressions Epoxy Pigment Paste – Angel White: http://bit.ly/lerezmatpaste
- India Ink (Magenta and Purple)
- Mineral Turpentine (White Spirits)
- Acrylic Diamonds: http://bit.ly/acrylicdiamonds
- Crushed Glass
- Heat Gun
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