Experimenting with India Ink in Resin
In today’s video I am playing around with neat India Ink dropped into freshly poured resin.
I wasn’t sure how the resin would react with ink dropped straight into it and then manipulated through the resin. I have previously played with ink in semi cured resin and achieved nice results.
The resin was poured into the silicone mat (29 x 39 cm) I used in a previous video, only this time I didn’t bend it around anything and let it cure as it.
To finish it off, it was mounted on to board and placed in a frame.
For this project you will need:
- 1 x silicone mat, approximately 5mm thick.
- Resin – I used 1.2 litres in the 39 x 29 cm mat
- Ink – I have only tried India Ink, you can experiment with ink you already have.
- Stones or Gems (Optional)
- Heat Gun or Blow Torch, for popping bubbles
- Frame for mounting (Optional)
I hope you enjoy this tutorial and it gives you ideas for your own India Ink and Resin art.
Visual Artist and Designer
Sue Findlay is a visual artist and designer who lives in Perth, Western Australia.
Sue loves push the boundaries of resin and mixed media in order to bring you new and interesting ways to inspire your creativity.