* failed resin experiments

Posted on March 13th, 2008 by maitreya. Filed under Experiments, Resin.


Mostly for my own future reference: Normal poly 96-well plates don’t release resin. Not even 12-well plates are flexible enough. Also, mix the pastel dust into the resin before you pipette it into a small mold, because otherwise it’s really hard to resuspend.



2 Responses to “failed resin experiments”

  1. Melissa Says:

    I love it when crafting turns into experiments where you pipette! I hope you experiments work better next time.

  2. Ellen Says:

    Not sure exactly what art project you’re referring to (I’m assuming it’s an art thing :)…), but I can understand your disappointment with a failed project. At least, however, it’s not a complete failure; you will know what not do to when you try again.

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