My goldfish project is coming along even better than planned!
Here are my two samples fresh out of the mold.
I decided to make a second sample. (I think of this one as a mom and two kids.)
Yesterday I told you how I placed my goldfish into about 1/8 of an inch of partly gelled resin. This I let cure for 24 hours.
The next day I poured Envirotex Lite resin to the top of the mold. (These bubbles I popped.)
After about 4-5 hours this second layer of resin was also partially cured. It was at the sticky stage.
This allowed me to place some dried leaves onto the back side. These leaves stayed in place...they did not sink into the resin.
The molds I worked in tend to make it tough to pop out a finished sample. The easiest way to get a resin piece out of a mold is by placing it in the freezer for 20 minutes.
My next steps is to sand the edges and decide on a background colour for my goldfish. I'll have the final pieces on the blog Monday!
The Goldfish Project - Part One
The Goldfish Project - Part Two
The Goldfish Project - Part Three
These posts were designed, photographed and written by me.They appeared on Resin Crafts Blog.