Home » Articles » Blog » 👩🏫Resin Pour -Tutorial on Acrylic Pour Painting 👩🏫Resin Pour -Tutorial on Acrylic Pour Painting August 18, 2019 Tom Schamberger 5 Articles, Blog Related posts: Dutch Pour with BLACK Negative Space and SILICONE 🌈 Mind-blowing Results!!!! Experimental neon tree ring pour black light Acrylic pouring fluid arts tutorial Tutorial!POURING ART!Cum realizăm o pictură cu vopsele acrilice si răsină epoxidic Fluid Painting with a Beginner – How To Tutorial Dirty Pour with Swipe Technique Tags: Acrylic Pour, acrylic pouring, and, art n glow, Caren Goodrich, Danny Clark, Demo, demonstration, fluid art, golden acrylics, jupiter, Peter Brown, resin, Suzana Dancks, the, tutorial, you Previous: #MetKids—Create an Optical Toy: Thaumatrope Next: Wood Burning and Painting | Preparing a wood slice | Wood art Related posts Old Man Saxon reflects on epic battle with D Smoke | Rhythm + Flow: The Aftershow | Netflix ♪ So go ahead and spit your bars all hype ♪ ♪ ‘Cause you gon’ have to face time ♪ ♪ Behind bars all night… Demi Lovato – Tell Me You Love Me Related posts: Niall Horan – This Town (Live, 1 Mic 1 Take) The Last Nail ~ Dan Fogelberg [ CC ] DIY Valentine’s Day Gift… About The Author Tom Schamberger 5 Comments Rita Bunn. says: March 25, 2018 at 1:37 pm Love the colors Reply Courtney Hoelscher says: December 31, 2018 at 2:42 pm I wouldn't recommend mixing this much resin at a time unless you work VERY quickly. Higher volume results in quicker hardening, and HEAT! Reply Judy FairyArt Mother Sand says: January 8, 2019 at 4:54 am I could not agree more with your reasoning for using Golden Paints. I would be horrified if my paintings discolored over time. For this reason, I’m scratching my head wondering why you’d go on the cheap with your resin. I know resin has a tendency to amber over time, but the cheaper brands will go so much faster. My preferred resin is Stone Coat Countertops’s Art Coat brand. They have added UV protection that the cheaper brands don’t. That’s why they’re cheaper. Art Resin is my second choice. Art Resin gives me about 60 minutes time to play. Stone Coat gives me 90 and I’ve pushed it to 120 under optimum environmental conditions. Stone Coat as a Quick Coat the sets up in about 20-25 minutes, which is great for just a clear coat as you did here. I rarely need to do a second clear coat and if I do, it’s usually because I didn’t protect my piece like I should. I’m not being criticle, but anyone who uses one of the best acrylics, should do the same with the resin (IMHO) I do enjoy your work and videos. 👍😁👏🏻💖 Reply Mercedes Campain says: March 11, 2019 at 4:06 pm Thanks for sharing, very helpful Reply Laurence Mallick says: May 3, 2019 at 5:48 am Tweezers! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.