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Basics 2. Resin Coloring and Molding

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About this video
This lesson is for those who have mastered the basic steps of handling resin.
We will learn how to color the accessories by creating 4 types of parts.




In this lesson, we will learn how to color the resin,
and will actually make parts by putting reisn in a mold.

While there are many ways to color resin,
in this lesson, the creator, cocotte, will teach the coloring method that she usually uses.

Haven't you ever wondered,
"How does cocotte color the accesories that she makes
which all have beautiful colors?"

Four types of coloring method will be taught in this lesson.

After learning thebasic way to color, we will make parts with the following four color patterns.

①cocotte's Favorite Rainbow Color



The rainbow color which can be found on many of cocotte's works.
She will be teaching how to make each color, and how to create the gradation using the mold.


②The "Jelly Bean" Gradation



She will teach how to create a translucent gradation
which looks just like a jelly bean.


③The Clear Gradation



She will teach how to create a gradation with clear colors
while making a piece representing the ocean.

This can be used to make accesories that are great for summer.

④Chocolate Colored Gradation



She will teach how to get a matte finish,
while creating a chocolate colored piece.

Learning how to create pieces with a matte finish as well as those with translucent finishes
will help you widen the variety of accesories you make.


Once you learn the basic steps of coloring and how to create the four patterns,
you will be able to create items with whatever colors you want.

You will be able to create parts with your favorite colors.

This lesson is sure to help you widen the variety accesories you make.
Please try the methods in this video by watching this over and over again.
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