Little Windows Brilliant Resin is your best bet with polymer clay because...
- It's safe easy to use.
- You can mix in tiny batches if needed to avoid waste.
- You can bake poly clay around your resin pieces - they won't crack or distort, and they will stay shiny.
- You can cast resin around your baked polymer clay pieces.
- You can do a single pour or create layers.
- Gentle formula with no solvents so your designs and intricate cane work stay crisp and clear.
- See examples below!
Also, our White Resin Colorant won't yellow with baking, so it's great for making eyes and other designs that require bright white shapes.
Ways you can use Brilliant Resin with polymer clay:
You can also use Resin Color Film as a background with your polymer clay creations, like Veronica did in this piece. Cast in our Oval Double-Sided Mold:
DOMING ON CLAY
The example above and below are from a collaboration with Mags Bonham of Really Unique Creations and show how you can dome thin or thick layers of Brilliant Resin over your baked polymer clay pieces for a great shiny finish.
CLAY AND BAKE
You can also Sculpt around your cast Brilliant Resin cast pieces you've already made, and bake them with your clay. Just don't exceed polymer clay time and temperature recommendations.
Here's another example of doll eyes made by Kendra at VirgosAlchemy.com, which Phyllis of PGM Sculpting worked with to create the lifelike gaze of this beautiful mermaid doll.