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I managed to pour the most perfect resin pour on this piece!
Resin is a really tricky medium to master and really expensive!
It's not until you start playing with it that you understand just how infuriating a single piece of dust can be and sometimes they go unnoticed until it's cured hard.
I try and eliminate all traces of dust as I see them and cover my pieces as they cure, but sometimes a little is inevitable.
How far does one go to get that elusive perfect coat?
And once it's been obtained, is anything less than perfection afterwards not good enough?
It's a constant battle.
To strive for perfection usually comes at a great cost. It's not impossible, but is the emotional turmoil worth it, when something can be just as beautiful when not perfect?
It's those little imperfections that show the journey a piece has taken.
I had absolutely no idea these cacti could grow so tall. Being out in the desert makes me feel like any sort of life would be impossible. After researching them a little bit, it sounds like we could all take some advice on how these things operate 1.) Get plenty of sunshine. 2.) Accentuate your strong points 3.) Be patient through the dry spells 4.) Conserve your resources 5.) Wait for your time to bloom & 6.) Always stay sharp. 🌵
CRD-106 (2019) 18X24 chalk and oil on paper
Listen, kid, this world is rough and if a man's gonna make it he's gotta be tough so if you can rumble in the mud, and the blood, and the beer, you'll be all set