Have you ever looked at incredibly shiny, glittering, resin coated pictures and thought 'how cool would it be to do that?' Have you ever priced up getting one of your treasured family photographs acrylic coated when printing?

If you want to add fabulous reflective depth to your pictures, while brilliantly protecting them, then this class is for you!

This Wow-factor Resin Course will explain everything you need to know in order to coat an artwork with crystal clear, epoxy-resin. This class is suitable for complete beginners using resin. It will explain what equipment you will need, how to calculate how much resin to mix, how to mix it so it always sets, how to pour and spread the resin evenly. I will explain what options there are for dealing with the edges, as well as lots of other hints and tips enabling you to get a bubble-free and mirror-finish, glittering surface.

But, beware! Resin art is addictive and there is so much more it can offer than just protecting your pictures with reflective shine... Resin can be coloured in a myriad of different ways. It can be used as a fluid art medium or to firmly secure crystals, shells and mirror chips in multimedia pieces. It can be used to create unique and surprising, stunning, sparkling art-works. This mini course is just the first step as you dip your toe in the water of the resin-art ocean.

I hope you finish this 30 minute course as in-love with resin art as I am!

Online Course: Resin Coating an Artwork for Beginners

SKU: ResinCoating
£0.99Price
  • Once you have paid for the course you will be sent an email detailing how to download the course documents (within 30 days). This file has YouTube links to the multiple private videos which make up the course. You can work through the videos at your leisure and watch them as many times as you like for at least a year, and forever probably!

    Please don't copy or share these video tutorials, they are for your personal use only, thank you.

    If you encounter any difficulties accessing the course please email fuzzycomma@gmail.com and I will help you.