Count on beautiful results when using the Resin Obsession artist resin whether you keep it clear or color the resin before pouring it onto your painting surface:
- Self-leveling formula. Reduce pits, voids and 'fish eyes' in your resin surfaces by using a formula specifically designed for artwork surfaces.
- Get exquisite results whether you keep it clear or add resin colors. Either way, you can count on impeccable results.
- The formula contains UV additives to protect against resin yellowing.
- Safe formula that meets the highest level of safety standards. This artwork resin formula has undergone toxicologist review and conforms to ASTM D-4236. It is safe for use for any arts, crafts and jewelry purpose when used as directed.
- Made in the USA
How do you use this artist resin?
Step 1: Mix one part A to one part B by volume.
Step 2: Stir for two to five minutes until streaks are gone and the mix is clear.
Step 3: Pour on a painting, countertop, or other flat surfaces.
*For best results, mix between 3 ounces and 1 gallon. Working time is 20 to 35 minutes.
This kit contains 1/2 gallon (64 ounces) of Part A resin and 1/2 gallon (64 ounces) of Part B hardener which is enough to cover approximately 30 square feet.
Whether you are a resin beginner or experienced artist, get flawless results with this artist epoxy resin and have people amazed by your artwork.
What else can you use this resin for?
- Resurfacing countertops
- Coating tables
- and so much more!
Note: This product can only ship to the U.S. and Canada through UPS. For an explanation of the shipping methods available, including taxes and fees imposed upon Canadian customers, please read our shipping policy.
I use the clear art resin on my acrylic pour paintings that I do on craft plywood. It brings the metallic paints so much depth. The resin is easy to mix and is just thick enough that it stays on the board and doesn’t run off the edges like thinner resins making a nice smooth surface. Thanks for the additional resin topics and tutorials.
I'm still learning and making lots of mistakes. This resin was easy to measure with the one/one ratio. I made some "joke" pendants for my daughter and son-in-law using some of the grandkids baby teeth. The resin is so clear and the pendants turned out great! This will work great for several of my craft projects. Thanks for all your newsletters and videos to help me on this creative journey! The photo is blurry but gives you the idea of the fun joke gifts.
This is so great to hear Terri. We love helping you with your creative time!
The resin working time is extremely short, also no matter how long I mix it, whether it’s hand mixed or if I mix it with a electric mixer they never go away. The bottle says mix until clear, but the resin never clears. I live in Southern California and the weather is perfect. I’m sorry it’s my honest opinion and I am having extreme buyers remorse
<p>Hi Mari, thanks for taking the time to share your insight. It sounds like you are having bubble trouble. They are awful little things aren't they?! We hate bubbles too! The good news is that a few tweaks to your resin technique is usually all it takes to avoid and remove bubbles from your resin. This article will give you direction on what you can do differently next time you use the resin to get the results you want: <a target='_blank' href='https://www.resinobsession.com/resin-frequently-asked-questions/resin-bubbles/'>https://www.resinobsession.com/resin-frequently-asked-questions/resin-bubbles/</a> In the meantime, we will also be emailing you privately to understand your situation better to see how else we can help.</p>
I was experimenting with another brand on a desktop. It was separating like a diseased orange peel. I had decided that I wasn't going to scrape it all off. I took a chance and went with my Resin obsession and covered over it. Turned out great, lucky me. The only issue I have with this new artwork resin, vs. the older version of Resin Obsession, is that it has more air bubbles to deal with. I can handle that, I'm fan for life now.
Hi Jeanie, we're glad to hear the resin worked so well for you! You are right about the artwork resin holding onto bubbles. Since it's a doming resin, it mixes thicker, which can make bubbles more of a problem. This article will give you some ideas on what you can do differently next time you use it to help with bubbles. https://www.resinobsession.com/resin-frequently-asked-questions/resin-bubbles/
I love this resin for art work, molds, jewelry and more. Easy to work with plenty of working time.