Here are some examples of how you can layer Resin Color Film:
Layers with colorant and glitter mixed in. Shallow cast in 2" cavities.
You can have fun mixing colors too, either letting one set up a bit before adding another, or blending them together to create unique designs. Both of these were made in our brilliant mirror-finish molds.
This piece was incorporated into a cabochons necklace.
These are acrylic paint skins, punched into heart shapes and domed with Brilliant Resin. They're lightweight and each one is unique so they make great jewelry.
For this test I spashed alcohol inks onto our Clear Photo Film, then punched out some circles and domed them with Brilliant Resin.
Then I figured out how to create these tie-dye type looks:
You can mix a little alcohol ink into your resin for transparent color, but results vary, and if you add too much it will affect resin set-up.
In the Petri Technique you drip white and colored alcohol inks into resin, here are some examples of how this can look in cast eyes:
This technique is random, some are amazing others are duds. Here are some of my favorites: