The Ultimate Guide to Crafting a Stunning Resin Painting: “Pink Lightning” ~ A Mesmerizing Fusion of Fuchsia, Purple, and Turquoise

**Title: Creating Stunning Resin Artworks with Resin Pigments and Safety Precautions | Acrylic Pouring Tutorial**


Welcome to my channel! In this video, I will guide you through the process of creating two beautiful panels of resin artwork using vibrant pigments and safety precautions to ensure a successful and enjoyable experience. As an acrylic pouring and fluid art enthusiast, I have found this creative outlet to be incredibly rewarding and I can’t wait to share my techniques with you.

Resin art can be challenging but with the right tools and knowledge, you can create stunning and unique pieces. Before starting, it’s essential to research the resin brand you are using and take necessary safety precautions. I highly recommend using a respirator mask, such as the 3M respirator mask [^1^], and having a fire extinguisher nearby.

For this artwork, I used a mixture of resin pigments and pastes, including the Resin Art pigments (Purple Sapphire, Lotus Flower, Aquamarine, Purple Galaxy) [^2^], and the KS resin pigment (White, Flamingo) [^3^]. Mixing the pigments with resin properly is crucial for achieving vibrant and harmonious colors.

To ensure a smooth application, I used a Helix Paint mixer [^4^]. This tool made it easier to mix larger quantities of resin efficiently. Just attach it to a drill, and it will do the hard work for you. It saved me both time and arm fatigue.

Prior to spreading the pigments on the wooden panels, I primed and painted them to prevent warping and ensure a consistent base. I used wood panels from Dick Blick [^5^] and coated them with a layer of shiny, glittery resin pigments from Just Resin [^6^]. The result was a mesmerizing and vibrant base for the artwork.

Throughout the process, I popped air bubbles using a heat gun and torched the surface multiple times to achieve a smooth and professional finish. Please remember to wear gloves when touching the resin and use caution when using a heat gun, as the resin can be hot.

Finally, I removed the tape from the sides, revealing clean and neat edges. This is a crucial step in finishing the artwork and showcasing its beauty.

I hope you find this acrylic pouring tutorial helpful and inspiring. Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel for more tutorials and creative ideas. I love hearing your comments and seeing your artwork, so be sure to follow me on my social media platforms like Instagram [^7^] and Facebook [^8^].

If you’re interested in learning more about acrylic pouring and fluid art, I invite you to join our online course, “Acrylic Pouring A to Z with Molly, Olga, and Rinske” [^9^]. This comprehensive course provides over 7 hours of instruction, tips, techniques, and more for beginners and intermediate fluid artists.

To purchase my art stands, visit Molly’s Artistry Level-Up Paint Stands [^10^]. Use the code “MOLLY10” to enjoy a 10% discount.

Please check out my Etsy shop [^11^] to view and purchase my available artwork. These pieces tend to sell quickly, so be sure to act fast.

Thank you for watching and supporting my channel. I truly appreciate it. Let’s continue to explore the fascinating world of acrylic pouring and fluid art together!

**Product Links:**

– Respirator: [Amazon Link](
– Filter Cartridges: [Amazon Link](
– Helix Paint mixer: [Amazon Link](
– Castin Craft white: [Amazon Link](
– White alcohol ink: [Amazon Link](
– TCP cups: [Amazon Link](
– Purple Sapphire (Rezin Art): [Amazon Link](
– Heat Gun: [Amazon Link](

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Join our creative community and explore the world of acrylic pouring. Let’s create stunning artworks together!


0:00 – Introduction
0:51 – How to Mix Resin
1:57 – Mixing Resin Pigments and Pastes
3:04 – How to Make Resin Artwork
12:13 – How to Remove Tape from Resin Artwork
18:48 – Dry Result of Resin Painting

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All the artworks shown in this video are available for sale. If you’re interested, please email me. Please also visit my Etsy shop [^11^] for more available pieces.

Thank you for supporting my art journey. Your feedback and creativity mean the world to me. Let’s continue to explore and create beautiful art together!

#acrylicpouring #fluidart #art

I love making resin art! It can be difficult at times, but it is so rewarding. You can create some beautiful artwork using resin and pigments. Make sure that you use safety precautions. Do your research on the resin brand you are using and the respirators. Hope you enjoy the video! Thank you so much for watching. Happy painting!

Colors used: purple sapphire, lotus flower, aquamarine, purple galaxy (Rezin Art pigments), white, flamingo (KS resin)

I am so happy that i found acrylic pouring/fluid art a few years ago. It has helped me in so many ways and it just keeps getting better and better. This visual arts creative outlet has made me so happy. I am loving this abstract art! I hope to keep doing this for years to come! I have always been fascinated by modern and contemporary art. There is something about it that is so freeing and expressive. I love acrylic pouring because i get to experiment and really join the creative side of my brain with the scientific part! There are so many different fluid acrylic pouring techniques out there, so much more to try and have fun with. Make sure you are subscribed to my channel so that you may learn and be creative with me. I love hearing all of your comments. Come find me on my social media linked below as well and show me your pictures!

Canvas size: two 16 by 20 inch wood panels

Product Links:
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Heat Gun:
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Time Stamps:
0:00 intro
0:51 how to mix resin
1:57 mixing resin pigments and pastes
3:04 how to make resin artwork
12:13 how to remove tape from resin artwork
18:48 dry result of resin painting

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  1. WORDS! I NEED WORDS! Beautiful does not begin to describe this art work. Molly, I would love to see many more videos of you working with resin. (there could be more there already, I just have not searched yet) I recently ventured into resin painting. I have watched countless videos on this technique, but didn't feel like I was getting the info I wanted & needed. It hits me, Molly's Artistry, not only is her work awesome, she is fantastic at explaining what she is doing.
    I watched one video, that the lady used the heat gun so close and and so hot on the painting that the room was filled with work. She was saying how important it was to use a full blown oxygen mask. No crap! I'm yelling at the tv set at her "pull it back," the air bubbles are gone! One hand the heat gun, the other the torch. NOT KIDDING! Flames popped off so many times I wanted to get my smores ingredients out!. You were able to see where she had scorched the resin. She owned up to one area, but a good 70% of the painting was scorched, and heavily (what I refer to as moon craters) No, that is not normal! Yeah, thank God I thought to think about Molly. Thank you Miss Molly, more of the artists that make instructional(?) videos probably need to be labeled, COMEDY" OR better yet, WHAT NOT TO DO WITH A RESIN PAINTING. Or the best, "THE SURGEON GENERAL HAS DETERMINED THAT WATCHING THIS VIDEO MAY BE HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH!"
    (digressing, me and Sophia from them Golden Girls, scary when one starts relating with the other sex and a tv character to boot! Picture it 1984, a young handsome peasant boy arrives in Florida with his mule and canvasses…) Yes, we were neighbors, but I ended up in Phoenix last year. Not Florida. But, it did make me get back to painting as a full time hobby!) I love watching your videos. I know it' a lot of work. THANK YOU!

  2. Could the second 3d effect coat with clear resin and white and coloured streaks be used directly over the top of a dried acrylic pour with similar effects?

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  4. Hi Molly, this resin art is gorgeous! I paint in an area in my garage. Do you have any suggestions on how I can heat up the area enough, so I can resin in the winter? Thanks.

  5. Quick question Molly !?…. I have a couple of resined pieces that have dimples but are probably 3-4 months old should I still do another full coat of resin to fix this .. plus my edges aren’t perfect either … I didn’t tape the edges just the under part …

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