A Dandelion Preserved In Resin Looks Incredibly Cool, And It’s So Simple To Do

A Dandelion Preserved In Resin Looks Incredibly Cool, And It’s So Simple To Do

turn weeds and flowers into magnets and paperweights Beautiful Weeds: Preserve a Dandelion in Resin, DIY video from the Dandelion Collective

Dandelion paperweight tutorial!

Dandelion paperweight tutorial!

The materials needed for clear casting are water clear casting resin, catalyst (hardener), measuring syringe, plastic mixing cups and a mould. Opaque or translucent pigments can be used to colour the resin if desired. Wet and dry paper, and polishing compound, will also be useful to finish off the casting. Finished castings can be filed or sawn, A protective mask should worn to shield the eyes and mouth.

The materials needed for clear casting are water clear casting resin, catalyst (hardener), measuring syringe, plastic mixing cups and a mould. Opaque or translucent pigments can be used to colour the resin if desired. Wet and dry paper, and polishing compound, will also be useful to finish off the casting. Finished castings can be filed or sawn, A protective mask should worn to shield the eyes and mouth.

Carbon3D shows off a fascinating liquid-resin process that bypasses the typical layering approach of 3D printing.

Terminator-style 3D printing grows objects from a pool of liquid

Carbon3D shows off a fascinating liquid-resin process that bypasses the typical layering approach of 3D printing.

Synthesis by Tom Price. The tar initially appears black, but on closer inspection, green vapour trails can be seen drifting from a surface partially melted by the reaction of the curing resin. As the tar heats it expands, searching for pathways within the resin creating wafer thin golden slivers of coral-like protuberances. The effects of the synthesis of these two disparate elements – one black and dense; the other clear  liquid – results in a riot of colour & explosive formations

Synthesis Resin & Tar Sculptures by Tom Price

Synthesis by Tom Price. The tar initially appears black, but on closer inspection, green vapour trails can be seen drifting from a surface partially melted by the reaction of the curing resin. As the tar heats it expands, searching for pathways within the resin creating wafer thin golden slivers of coral-like protuberances. The effects of the synthesis of these two disparate elements – one black and dense; the other clear liquid – results in a riot of colour & explosive formations

Set of 10 measuring plastic cups.  30 ml = 1 oz cups for any liquids: resin, aqua, soap, paints.  Graduated in 10 ml, 20 ml, 30 ml.  Multiple use.   ******* Welcome to my s... ➡️ http://jto.li/DjmGh

Set of 10 measuring plastic cups. 30 ml = 1 oz cups for any liquids: resin, aqua, soap, paints. Graduated in 10 ml, 20 ml, 30 ml. Multiple use. ******* Welcome to my s... ➡️ http://jto.li/DjmGh

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