by Lynn S. Schwebach
How to Resin Art, step 3 , shows you how to measure and pour resin on your artwork, and use tools to remove bubbles and small pieces of dust.
If you’re following along with my 3-step process, you’ve watched videos one through three and now you’re ready to pour resin. To recap my how to resin art process:
- Gather the tools and prepare my studio for resining art
- Prepare a canvas/wood panel for resin
- Resin the artwork and evaluate (Video 4 and Video 5) (See below)
How to Resin Art: Video 4
In Video four, I show you how to measure and pour resin onto your painting. I also demonstrate how to use a blow torch to remove bubbles that rise to the surface.
How to Resin Art: Video 5
In Video 5, I discuss finishing up the resin process, including removing tape, deciding on whether or not you need a second coat of resin, and possibly using sandpaper to remove spilled resin.
When mounting your artwork on canvas or a wood panel, and using resin, you do not have to frame your artwork. Simply paint the sides of the substrate and you have a beautiful, ready-to sell painting. However, sometimes framing the canvas gives it an additional piece of drama, so that will be your decision when you have completed the entire resin process.
I hope you enjoyed this series on how to resin art.
If you have any questions or suggestions (because I am always learning and welcome any tips!), please send me an e-mail.
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