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If you want to work with resin, there are a few things you should look for: a separate room with a window is best, a leveled table covered with plastic wrap, gloves and a mask if necessary. No children or animals in the room. Best room temperature for pouring is 22°C.
Now you can choose what you want to pour today. Depending on the project, certain types of resin are best suited: for GEODE ART or OCEAN ART, you take the GEODE RESIN. If you want to cast jewelry or flowers, or if you want to create coasters, the choice is D-CAST RESIN.
COLOR x RESIN
Once your room is prepared, you can start to choose your colors BEFORE you mix the resin. Provide yourself with enough cups & 4EVERSTICKS and start mixing the resin and hardener (please always read the instructions on the label). Then distribute the resin into the cup and then add the color! Please do not do it the other way around. Less is more and you can always add more color if it is still too transparent for you.
I always recommend a certain color mix of paste and dry pigment - this gives the most beautiful effects in the resin. If you are brand new, then use no more than 3 colors.
Probably the most beautiful part: the POURING. Take your time! Enjoy it! Become creative, as you always wanted to be. Whether you're pouring onto a wooden canvas, into a silicone mold, or onto a cutting board - it's YOUR time. However, keep in mind the processing time of the resin, as this can range from 15 -60 min. After this time, your resin will become warm in the cup and can no longer be processed.
We can then easily remove bubbles on the surface with a Bunsen burner, heat gun or with the BUBBLEBYE. But please do not apply too much heat, because this can "destroy" the resin and it can turn yellow faster, for example.
After you're done, place all your tools (cups & chopsticks) on the plastic wrap and let them dry - as well as your artwork, which you can also cover to prevent dust particles from falling onto the surface. Now leave your room and let the resin "do its magic" at its leisure. Usually, after the curing time, you can continue to work on your artwork, but you can also remove the dried resin from your tools and reuse it.
So we are back to STEP 2 :)
Stephanie Walberer (CEO & FOUNDER)
I am overwhelmed by all the sensational feedback from the worldwide resin community. COLORBERRY was born out of the vision to offer artists perfect products for resin art that show and bring out the skill & creativity. I put a lot of emphasis on high quality products that are made for us in Germany according to our standards and quality requirements.
I enjoy every day the exchange with artists in the social media and can therefore react very quickly to trends or special requirements.