Hi, Welcome to Reson-8 Online training. My name is Norman and I will guide you at your own pace, through this course by showing you what resin to use & how to use it, how to pour and how to stir. During the course you will produce two of your own works of art.
As a qualified master resin artist, I will be with you at each step, and will be available to answer any questions or queries, even after the course has ended.
Resin art is sometimes referred to as ‘fluid art’ because it is liquid, and also referred to as ‘live art’, is an extremely interesting sphere of artwork as the resin continues to move and react long after it has been finished – adding to its fascination.
Remember! you don't have to be creative to create, find a quiet place, relax and produce whatever art you wish. There are no Judges here, only guides whose job is to assist you through the methods & techniques of working with Epoxy Resin. Be prepared, Only, to surprise yourself.
The purpose of this course is to:
Provide a basic introduction to the use of epoxy resin as an artwork form.
Enable the production of two Resin Art projects (pieces of artwork).
Reduce future resin failure.
Note:- due to the government minimal return to work policy our classroom training is now open on a 1-2-1- basis. Timings are flexible to suit candidates, we will provide a safe environment with the ability to maintain the social distancing rule, we will also provide hand sanitiser, nitrile gloves, disposable aprons & overshoes, masks & glasses during the course. Please see my other listing for the face to face course details via the 'See more from this course organiser' button below.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
We will start with preparation, of yourself and of your work space. We will discuss the tools needed and how to use them. How to mix resin and how much is needed, how to add paints and how much to add, how to pour resin. We will also show you money saving tips when working with Epoxy Resin.
Project boards (2 of ) 30cm x 40cm, plywood or chipboard type.
At least 6 different coloured paints.
Epoxy Resin & Hardener.
Plastic cups & Stirrers.
A hair dryer or heat gun.
Nitrile gloves, safety glasses, apron or old clothes.
This course is taught online
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