Ocean Resin Art Course

Advanced Online Course

Learn how to create Ocean Resin Art

This Ocean Resin Art Course is an incredible 2-hour masterclass created to teach you how to create stunning ocean artwork.

This course teaches you how to create realistic ocean resin art using techniques such as:

How and where to pour certain colors to create realism and depth

How to strategically pour each layer using various resin tinting techniques

How to create stunning, defined waves and cells

Tips for placement and blending of your blue colors

Various strategies for pouring your sand layer

Advanced tips on how to paint the sides of your panel

How to time the placement of your white pigment

Access to two experiments that test over 10 epoxy resin brands and 4 white pigments to help you gain a deeper understanding as to what materials perform best

How to use each day to your benefit to set you up for success!

Access to a private Dianka Pours Students Facebook group

10% off coupon code for pigments on diankapours.com

You will gain a deep understanding on how each layer is placed and how it affects the next. This course will also demonstrate how to place your white pigment and detailed techniques for how to create gorgeous cells. The material explained will not only teach you how to improve your ocean art but how to problem solve and pour stunning artwork, every time.

Enroll now and watch today! This is a pre-recorded course which means you will have immediate access upon purchase

Layering Technique

Learn how each layer is strategically poured to create realism, depth and detail. You will learn my secrets as to how I design each layer by understanding where, why and how I place my colors.

In this course, you will gain access and a deeper understanding as to how every aspect of each layer affects the other.

Create Gorgeous Waves and Perfect Cells

In this course, I teach my technique as to how to get stunning cells that create gorgeous waves. I will explain my strategy in detail and what products to use to master my waves

Bonus Footage

This course contains a second painting where I spill all of my secret tricks and techniques that I have developed over the years.

Materials you will need (explained further in the course):

  • 3M respirator
  • Epoxy resin
  • Nitrile gloves
  • Several blue pigments (further explained in the course)
  • White pigment paste (further explained in the course)
  • A board/panel to pour on
  • Sandpaper
  • Primer (gesso or acrylic paint)
  • Mixing cups, measuring cups and stirring/popsicle sticks
  • Heat gun
  • Painters tape
  • A plastic tarp to protect your table
  • Baby wipes (for clean up)

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About Diana

In 2017, I spent a late summer night scrolling through the depths of YouTube. I came across some art channels, where I first discovered fluid art. I was so intrigued that I continued watching pouring videos when I stumbled upon resin art. I was in absolute awe. I hadn't seen anything like it. I was determined to watch every. single. YouTube. video at the time. And I did - it took me until 6am to do it. But I didn't find a single technique video or tutorial on how it was done. None! Believe it or not, four years ago, resin art was barely heard of. Not many people were playing with it, and the few that were, weren't willing to share how they did it. I messaged artists on Instagram, e-mailed them, and even started blog threads to no avail. Most replies were, "I learned on my own and spent the time and money, you should too." Understandably so. So I marched with my materials to my garage and probably spent more money on trial and error than anything else. But, I was stubborn and I was obsessed. Through time, I taught myself this art form and started sharing tutorials through my online platform. Many people ask me why I'm willing to share so much. Well, it's because not many artists helped me at the time and to the few that did, I was so extremely grateful. I told myself that when I figure this darn thing out, I would share it with the world! There's no holding back. Resin art is so beautiful, it doesn't need to be held as a trade secret.