If you're applying ArtResin to your beautiful piece of art and intend to coat the sides as well then you have to prop up your piece on some support stands to ensure the resin doesn’t adhere your piece to the table.
ArtResin doesn't stick to plastic so we like to use plastic support blocks such as lego pieces, plastic shot glasses or even the yellow painter’s pyramids you’ve seen in some of our videos. If you end up getting any drips on your support blocks, you can just peel the cured resin right off the blocks and use them again and again.
Whatever you choose for your support blocks make sure that you use 4 of the same kind of item so that your piece is level. Of course you always want to check with a level to make sure that it's perfectly level. And we do have a level available at artesin.com/level.
That was a lot of levels!
Do you want to learn more about using ArtResin epoxy resin? Read our guides below and get informed:
- How To Use ArtResin
- How To Apply Epoxy Resin
- Can I Use Epoxy Resin On Fabric
- Can I Use Epoxy Resin As A Glue
- What Materials Can I Use Epoxy Resin On
- Can I use Epoxy Resin Over Paper?
- Can I Embded Objects In Clear Resin?
- Can You Put Epoxy Resin On Polymer Clay?
- Can I Use ArtResin To Make Coasters & Hotplates?
- Can I use Epoxy Resin Over Organic Material Natural Objects?
- How To Use 10 Gallon Pro Bulk Kit?
ArtResin: Made For Artists, By Artists