Geode Inspired Resin Painting

Geode Resin Paintings are quite the trend worldwide right now and we have had a couple of you ask us how they can make their own pieces inspired by it! Follow these steps to create your own masterpiece with Haksons Resin and Hardener.


Materials Used:


Step 1 – Prep your wooden surface with two coats of the Titanium White Acrylic Paint.

Coat with White Titanium Colour
Coat the surface with Titanium White Acrylic Paint


Step 2 – Mix the Haksons Ultra Clear resin and hardener in a 3:1 ratio, for this particular technique double the amount of resin you would normally use for the same area. This is mainly because we will wait for the resin to thicken before we pour to create a beautiful doming effect, it is best to mix more, to begin with.


Coloured Resin
Prepare the colour Resin required


Step 3 – Once the resin has cured divide it into 5 different cups, in every geode, there are different tones of the same crystal so to mimic the effect we must use a dark tone, mid tone and light tone. To achieve the darkest tone mix Deep Magenta and Prussian Blue Acrylic Paint with the resin, mid-tone the Haksons Fluorescent Purple Powder and for the light tone, Deep Magenta Acrylic Paint. The most mesmerising aspect of the Geode painting is the separation between the different colours to achieve this effect you must wait until the resin beings to set to a more honey-like consistency before pouring.


Step 4 – To create the centre of the Geode, lay down some Amethyst Chips in any shape you like. Next, pour the resin over the chips this will ensure the resin automatically seeps below the stones and embeds them within. You can use a wooden stick to perfect the outline, and add some more chips once you are happy with the shape.

Place the Amethyst Chips


Step 5 – Now it’s time to pour the lines, make sure your resin is more honey-like and this step will be extremely easy! Just freely move your paper cup in the shape you want your line to be. If the lines are too thin you can always go over the same area. Keep building the lines alternating between the colours. Once you’re happy with the design cover and set it aside for 24 hours.

Pour the resin


Finally! You have your masterpiece.







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