In need of an overdue Christmas present, I decided to make a resin suncatcher. It was time for another adventure in resin, so I made a mountain! Well I drew a mountain peak or two on rice paper using colored markers, then embedded it in epoxy resin using a mold that I am fond of. My drawing is enhanced with some subtle additional pigment, including a touch of metallic gold. I added two lightly embellished pieces of glass that give the piece an extra bit of dimension. It is about 7″ in diameter, with additional irregular protrusions of resin which I am very fond of!
It is now ready to hang, and packed in bubble wrap for shipping, but since I forgot to photograph the reverse side, I may unwrap my resin suncatcher tomorrow to take care of that! (Update: I did that!)
I have made two other resin pieces using this mold, but they contain embedded slightly translucent pebbles, and are designed to sit on a base rather than hang. One also contains tiny Leds. I will use this mold again!