The coffin after a couple of resin pours, is all ready to add the black make up cream, yes I decided to use this instead of acrylic paint, just wanted to see how it would work on the resin and the wood.
This is the final result after applying with my fingers the black make-up cream paint to the areas covered in Amazing Casting Resin, you can't see the inside but I did the same as on the outside, after wards I added a little of the green make-up cream paint to the inside of the coffin to add more color.
copper colored Amazing Casting Resin used).
Back of Coffin (used the same black make-up cream paint),
and the white you see is the white Amazing Casting Resin.
Side views showing the texture you get from the colored resin,
and the paints added to bring in more color.
Close up of the front of the coffin.
A view of the Open coffin - this one was just painted all with red
acrylic paint and used black lace and ribbon.
A view of the second Open coffin. Here you can see how the inside is a lot different from the other coffin – on this photo you can see the the green make-up paint and red acrylic paint I added to finish the coffin.
A close-up of how the inside looks of the first coffin I made
Here is a close-up of how the inside looks on the second coffin.
This cabochon casting was made using Amazing Mold Putty and Amazing Casting Resin with Alumilite Silver Metallic Powders, once set I used the Alumilite Gun Metal Metallic Powder all over. Once done, added some Alumilite Gold Metallic Powder and dry brushed some red acrylic paint on top; then coming back with a little bit more of the gun metal and gold metallic powers. These powders are amazing to work with!
I had so much fun decorating these coffins, I can't wait for Halloween so they can go to their new owners. Have you tried Amazing Crafting Products? Here is a link to our photo gallery, come and share your amazing projects. http://www.moldputty.com/Gallery.cfm
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