Top 4 ArtResin Ideas! No. 3 – Coating a Mounted Photo

Top 4 ArtResin Ideas! No. 3 – Coating a Mounted Photo


In this video I’ll go through mounting and
resining a photo. I just have a wooden panel and this print
of Zoë on photo paper. To mount it I’ll line up the print and
clamp down one edge in place and then just lift up the print and use some spray adhesive.
I cover the paper so that the glue from the edge doesn’t roll onto the print when I brayer
out all the bubbles. Then just take off the clamps, spray and brayer the other side. Now,
the print’s a tiny bit larger than the wooden panel so I just trim it with a really sharp
knife. Ok perfect, time to resin. I mixed up about 8 ounces of Art Resin for this piece,
that’s a quarter of the Starter Kit. So I just poured it over the surface and then I
used a little spreader to push the resin around. I rub the resin into the edges and it’s just
a tidy, easy way to finish the piece. A quick torch gets out all the bubbles, then just
cover it and let it sit overnight. And that’s it! Not too hard, and you can uniquely present
your photos like that. Try it out!

7 thoughts on “Top 4 ArtResin Ideas! No. 3 – Coating a Mounted Photo

  1. Hi can you tell me which Sealant do you use to coat your Photo before putting resin? and what brad spray glue did you use? thx

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