How can I increase the value of my artwork?
How Can I Increase The Value Of My Artwork? Artwork coated in ArtResin epoxy resin has a richer, more dramatic look and can typically fetch more in sales. It has a clean professional finish so people don't need to frame the artwork once they've purchased from you: the client will spend more on the... see more
How long will bubbles continue to form?
Bubbles can continue to form for up to 60 minutes after the curing process has begun. The best way to get rid of them is to run an Artist's Torch over the surface of your resin. You can also blow on the surface or pop the bubbles with a toothpick, but the most efficient and effective method by far... see more
How can I keep my canvas from sagging in the middle under the weight of the epoxy resin?
Using Stretched Canvas vs. Using Wooden Panels with ArtResin Epoxy Resin If you are pouring a large quantity of ArtResin epoxy resin on a big canvas, there is a risk of the weight of the resin causing the canvas material to sag in the center. To avoid this, first brush on a very thin preliminary c... see more
How thick can I apply ArtResin?
How Thick Can I Apply ArtResin Epoxy Resin? ArtResin was designed as a surface coating for artwork and formulated to be poured in thin applications. It naturally self-levels to 1/8". You can apply ArtResin as thick as you want, as long as you pour in multiple 1/8" coats. You have two choices when ... see more
How do I apply epoxy resin to 3D surfaces?
Applying ArtResin Epoxy Resin to 3D Surfaces How To ArtResin Driftwood ArtResin epoxy resin has the viscosity of honey, so you can brush it on with a disposable foam brush. Repeat until everything is covered to your desired thickness. You may need to work in layers. If you are resining a cube, you... see more
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