- Dyes for resin
Dyes for resin
There are several types of dyes: liquid and dry.
Liquid dyes: used to color the resin in the desired color, it is enough to add a little dye to the resin and mix thoroughly. You can make a transparent resin color by adding a little dye 1 drop per 200 g of resin, that would completely color 200 g of resin enough 4-6 drops of dye. You can also change the color of the resin by mixing several colors together.
To create the sea, we recommend using dyes №15 №16 №17 №18 №19 №20
Sea foam you will need our special Sea Wave powder Approximate dosage: for every 20 g of resin, half a teaspoon of Sea Wave
Thoroughly mix the powder in the resin until smooth, no lumps should remain.
The finished solution should have a dense white color.
Apply to the Board in horizontal lines and gently blow up the hair dryer at an angle of 45 degrees at minimum or medium power with hot air.
You can use a regular home hair dryer with a flat head or a construction hair dryer.
Metal dyes: Gold, Silver, Bronze. Use it to create a 3D transition in the picture. The colorant is a metal powder. For coloring 100 g of resin, 1/10 part of a teaspoon of dye is enough.
Dry powder dyes: used to color the resin in the desired color
let's look at the pigments In more detail
Pigments that glow after " charging in the sun»
These pigments have the most acidic colors in the entire palette. Their only drawback is rapid burnout under the influence of open ultraviolet light. With their help, beautiful bright elements are created, individual accents are emphasized on the created picture. Only these pigments "can" create rich and vivid images.
They create a glow in the dark after "charging in the sun", which allows you to increase the scope of their application. If you want to achieve a double effect, use fluorescent pigments for the epoxy. This will help you diversify your work, making each one unique and unique. It all depends on your imagination.
Coarse pigments that are used to produce a metallic luster. They sink into the total mass of the applied resin, thereby achieving a depth of color. To get the haze effect, you can use a delicate mother-of-pearl. Metallic pigments are the perfect choice for creating rich iridescences.
No wonder he is responsible for the" tenderness " in the paintings. It creates the effect of a natural, living shell. With subtle iridescences of color in the sun. With a small concentration of dye, mother-of-pearl gives a uniform staining of the entire epoxy mass. By increasing the proportion of pigment, you can get streaks and shimmers of unprecedented beauty. It is used to create multi-layered shapes.
Apply the air flow of the hair dryer under the applied concentrated mother-of-pearl. It is possible to dilute the finished layer with a transparent resin. An unforgettable effect is achieved.
In short, mother-of-pearl pigment is an ideal way to create three-dimensional effects in drawings.
With this pigment, creating the effect of a diamond's brilliance. Large particles reflect refracted light, which creates a certain highlight of the finished work. Just do not "eat" glitter with other pigments, otherwise it will not work. Mix and arrange the pigments carefully. Experiments are welcome.
Want a rainbow? Please! The pigment shimmers with its " own " colors, not similar to other shades. A smaller particle size will give a smoother transition of rainbow colors. That's why it's so expensive. Masters disagree on when to create a" color explosion " palette. Glitter or Holographic? Restraint and a bright accent.
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Luminous Glow in the dark
This category includes specific pigments that can save any work and turn it into a masterpiece. This ruler is more suitable for filling than for drawing. The pigment gains natural light and begins to give it away in the dark. The intensity and duration of the glow directly depend on the time of" charging " and the quality of the pigment.
Photos of pigments do not fully convey their unusual appearance, and the computer screen distorts the colors. We can say with confidence that there are no ugly pigments. They are all unique. You can talk about them endlessly, but it's better to see them once.
You don't need to be able to draw to create an abstract picture. There is alcohol ink for this. The technique of working with them is very simple. Even a beginner can create an unusual item that will emphasize the uniqueness of the interior, a room decoration or a gift, a fancy collage. Alcohol-containing inks are highly concentrated dyes that are made on the basis of alcohol solvents. Alcohol is eroded when used. Beautiful alcohol stains remain.