In this course, I go into depth about the fundamentals of resin art and take you through an easy-to-follow pouring tutorial. This course is for beginners AND intermediate artists who want to learn more about resin art and refine their skill.

Some questions I answer are:

  • What epoxy resin brand is best for paintings, coasters, deep pours, durability, uv resilience, etc.
  • How to create stunning cells with white and my gold (gold is available for purchase on my website,
  • What is the difference between acrylics, inks, micas and pastes
  • How to prepare an MDF panel to pour on
  • How to cut, sand, prime, pour, hang and clean the drips from the underside
  • 6 reasons why your painting hardened with fish eyes/dimples
  • What is an exothermic reaction and why does it happen
  • Ideal working conditions and average work time
  • Resin safety
  • Hairdryer vs heat gun vs blowtorch
  • Is epoxy resin truly food safe
  • and so much more..

I also take you through a detailed step-by-step tutorial FROM START TO FINISH on how to prep your canvas and pour a stunning holographic resin painting!

*FREE* Certificate of Authenticity included so you can establish yourself as an artist and prove that your work is a one-of-a-kind created by you!

Learn the fundamentals of resin

I teach expert techniques, tips and tricks that will make your artwork stand out

Pouring from start to finish

I take you through the WHOLE process - from buying your board (or showing where to get it pre-made), to sanding, priming, pouring and clean up.

I expose ALL of my tips and techniques that I have never shared before!

Materials you will need (EXPLAINED FURTHER IN COURSE):

  • 3M Respirator
  • Epoxy Resin
  • Nitrile Gloves
  • Acrylic Paint
  • A board/panel to pour on
  • Sandpaper
  • Primer (Gesso or house paint/primer)
  • Mixing cups, measuring cups and stirring/popsicle sticks
  • Heat gun or blowtorch
  • Painters tape
  • A tarp or shower curtain to protect your table
  • Baby wipes (for cleanup)
  • White Pigment Paste (I prefer Le Rez brand) and my Gold for cells (optional - links given in course)
  • Isopropyl alcohol for the Gold (optional)
  • Hangers (optional)
  • Iridescent cellophane paper (optional)


Future courses will include oceanscapes, geodes, clocks on vinyl record, cheeseboards, and more!

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