HomeArticlesAlcohol Inks in Epoxy Resin – The Ultimate Guide to Timing plus GIANT 8″ Rainbow Petri Dish Clock! Alcohol Inks in Epoxy Resin – The Ultimate Guide to Timing plus GIANT 8″ Rainbow Petri Dish Clock! By Eric Benedict January 12, 2020 Articles, Blog 100 Comments Tags:diy, epoxy, Epoxy Resin Project, Jedrek29t, Petri Dish, Petrified Rainbow, resin, resin art, resin artist, Resin Clock, Resin Coaster, resin craft, Resin Cure, Resin Dome, resin ideas, Resin Mixing, resin mold, Resin Mould, Resin Petri, resin pour, Resin Project, Resin Tray, Resinace, silicone mold, Silicone Mould, tutorial Related Posts Fialový smoke pigment MASTER OF PAINTING | SACRED ART | PRESENTACIÓN John Maeda: How art, technology and design inform creative leaders About Author admin 100 Comments resinAce January 10, 2020 As this is a technical video the captions are open. Closed captions will return on future videos. ♠ Reply Odd Nymph January 10, 2020 Oooooooooo, pretty Reply Иван Иванов January 10, 2020 Залипательно! Reply Nicole Macintyre. January 10, 2020 Hellooo ! Hope you have a wonderful year 😘😘 Wowwwwwww 💙🐬💙 Reply Claire’s Crafty Corner January 10, 2020 My goodness … what a fantastic video !! So much work gone into this its unreal .. but truly helpful ! Thanks for what must have taken you an age to create xx ALEXA though 🤣🤣🤣🤣 The girl got herself an attitude problem haaaaa … xx Thanks again x Reply Nicole Macintyre. January 10, 2020 Can’t wait to by your art 💙🐬💙🐬💙🐬💙🐬💙🐬 Reply Crystal Smith January 10, 2020 Awesome information thank you for taking the time to create this. Beautiful work!! Reply Nicole Macintyre. January 10, 2020 Omg I want that clock ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Reply Julia K January 10, 2020 Thats awesome…i want that huge mold now 🙂 Reply jmsmom67 January 10, 2020 That came out great! I like the pearls, that was a nice touch Reply Mizz Uzie January 10, 2020 This is a perfect compilation of about anything I have ever wanted to know about ink and resin! But I think Alexa is a bit jealous…. 😁 Reply usagi32211 January 10, 2020 I got extremely nervous when you were drilling and the resin started flexing. I thought we were about to start the new year off with a disaster. Reply Ирина И January 10, 2020 I remember from one of your video that the main thing with alcohol paints is to stop on time and today you succeeded!😂😁 Luxurious patterns, amazingly beautiful clock!😲🤯🌈👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 Reply Julie T January 10, 2020 Cool experiment. Love the clock. I think it would also look cool if you used gems or different colored pearls to mark the hours. Great video. Reply Kdee Hope January 10, 2020 I have a question for you. If you wait until the 24 minutes to drip your alcohol ink, what about the time that is passing while your dropping, what is that doing for your effect? Do we count the time it takes to drop the alcohol ink too? (I don't know if there are any technical terms for it, I am fairly new at learning about resin lol) Reply Kdee Hope January 10, 2020 Also, this music is honestly relaxing Reply Jennifer Wilcox January 10, 2020 clock read 12:09.. video is 12:10 coincidence??? Reply Lisa Jarvis January 10, 2020 😎💝 ~ thank you for tips ~ now I know why my ink domed resin has not worked probably!! Reply Lisa Jarvis January 10, 2020 I mix 40ml resin with 40ml hardener ( it says one to one mix) ~ but it in too of same A4 silicon notebook moulds ~ one came out perfect ~ but the other one has one section that seems to have stayed soft ~ even after 3 days ~ can you please tell me what I’ve done wrong ~ the resin was from Amazon: clear ice resin ~ is there any way to mend this or do I throw it away? Reply Sally McCornack January 10, 2020 Love, love, love the clock Reply Ayesha Sha Sha! January 10, 2020 I gave you a shout out the other day cos I knew this video was coming!!!!! Reply Ayesha Sha Sha! January 10, 2020 So…how about UV resin? Can I use them in that? Reply Nowhereman JK January 10, 2020 To dobrze wygląda podczas robienia, bo po zastygnięciu efekt jest słaby. Ostatni był fajny, poczekaj godzinę następnym razem 🙂 Reply Shelia Monarch January 10, 2020 Those close ups are beautiful. Totally made my day. Reply Jose L. B.S. January 10, 2020 estaría bien los subtitulos, interesante… Reply Spiritual Casino January 10, 2020 Wow. I personally do not like working with ink, but this clock piece is Awesome! ♥️👍 Reply Christy G January 10, 2020 This is spectacularly cool!!! Reply Laice A. M. Cardoso January 10, 2020 this is hypnotizing Reply Henriette Andersen January 10, 2020 I love how the colours are almost dancing 😍 Reply Justyna Chodzińska January 10, 2020 All these colors shifting and swirling, it's mesmerizing and very very relaxing. Also, the vid is packed full with useful info on ink behaviour. Thank you so much for the show, both fun and interesting 💜 Reply Ayesha Sha Sha! January 10, 2020 This clock came out BEAUTIFUL. Thanks so much for teaching us!!!! Reply Loca FromCali January 10, 2020 Thanks so much for this! I now realize I have t wait a little before adding the ink! I just thought I’d buy the piñata sample pack and have a little fun but apparently I kept adding the ink too soon and I was getting a little frustrated because it didn’t come with that much ink. Reply Asmr douce daya January 10, 2020 l'horloge est superbe Reply Resin Belle January 10, 2020 Nice vid gives a great visual for process. Thanks! Reply Катя П January 10, 2020 A small universe in every hemisphere. Reply Роза January 10, 2020 Красота подъехала)Beauty drove up) Reply Alison Mary January 10, 2020 What a turn around from an over enthusiastic ink fail to this 👍 Thank you, brilliant and I stand in awe of your patience 🧍♀️ (that's not really me it's an emoji) 😁 ha! Reply Buttercup Kitty Penguin Wolf January 10, 2020 Awww sooo cool. Love the colors!!!💗🌈💗 Amazing job!!! Reply harshith ramkumar January 10, 2020 Awwwwe ! Beautiful ❤️ Loved it. Reply Cindy Deskins January 10, 2020 Excellent info on resin and alcohol ink behavior over time – thank you! Reply Lisa Hardamon January 10, 2020 Extremely helpful….thank you! Reply Deborah Davis January 10, 2020 I would worry the would pop off after a little time. They don’t always have good adhesive on them. Very beautiful idea and a clock ANYONE would love to get! Reply Shawna Fernandez January 10, 2020 Awesome Sauce! Reply Razil 1 January 10, 2020 Craftsman!! Reply Maryanne Cross January 10, 2020 WOW! Bloomin’ brilliant 👏👏👏 Reply Diamond_ paintings_ lover_resin January 10, 2020 This was a great video. I do resin art myself and I couldn’t get this to work this helps me so much thank you. I’m going to try this when I do it next. Reply Liz6352 January 10, 2020 This is brilliant! The clock is beautiful, but the beginning showing the timing is an eye opener and so so helpful. This is the best video I have ever seen explaining the technique of alcohol ink in resin. Thank you for sharing Reply Bendy the dancing demon1234 January 10, 2020 When you added the white, the alcohol ink just burst with colour, in clear epoxy resin, you could barely see the yellow before you added the white, the yellow was suddenly like “here I am!” Reply Michelle H January 10, 2020 You are sooooooooo TALENTED!!!!!!!!!! 🙂 Reply Paulla Wells January 10, 2020 Welcome back! I've been worried about you! Hope had a good Christmas and New Years.This came out very interesting. Love the clock! Reply Lisa Thomas January 10, 2020 Very interesting! I love the clock-?it turned out beautiful ❤️❤️😘💗 Reply jujucatjuca January 10, 2020 Love the colors! Reply Shining Rabbit빛나는 토끼 January 11, 2020 There's a part on my channel that I think is similar to "Tips for using alcohol" movie. AmazingIt's interesting to experiment with the changes in shape depending on the curing time. ^^ Reply Kristen Black January 11, 2020 Love the finished clock! 😍 Miss the snark though Reply Mand Appleby January 11, 2020 Fantastic thank you 👌❣ Reply Ashleigh Hanlon January 11, 2020 I'd be keen to see what the petri dish moulds would look like without the white ink. Very relaxing video <3 Reply K D January 11, 2020 I bought 3 clock molds, along with other.. and just got them in the mail today 🙂 Talk about Perfect timing-!!! Love your videos-!!!! Btw.. GORGEOUS Creation-!!!!!Such Great information on products, given time effects.. so we are armed with all this info.. Thank you-!!!!! Reply Jac C January 11, 2020 this is fantastic, love the way they turned out and i love the clock. thank you so much for taking the time and effort to do this, i’m battling with timings to get the effect i want and this has helped emmensly , a fair few of your creations are on my todo list lol. 😊 Reply Sandy Brecken January 11, 2020 Nice job dude Reply Santiago Rios January 11, 2020 megusto mucho saludos de mexico Reply Animal Lover January 11, 2020 I wish I could make stuff with resin Reply James' Man Cave January 11, 2020 You definitely waited the right amount of time before pouring those inks for you clock, that looks amazing. I was hypnotized watching them all melt together 🍥. And those little molds you made at the start, the 40 min ones WOW!! 👏👏👍👍 Reply tv4DaFunkt January 11, 2020 Love your work! Always watch your vids over and over. Very informative and inspirational. What resin do you use for deeper pours(like paperweight cubes and the spheres)? No matter what, I'll end up with bubbles somewhere. LOL. Reply WetMouse January 11, 2020 The resin that you use is only available in the UK? I've been trying to find the best clear drying resin (If it yellows after a year ok but i really want something clear every since i saw your butterfly paperweight) Reply Vonnie Truscott January 11, 2020 Loved the clock ⏰ Reply Reinwald Fabienne January 11, 2020 Magnifique!!!! c'est de la magie… tu es le Harry Potter de la résine…😍😍😍 Reply Grace Brammeld January 11, 2020 Very informative. The designs and colours are gorgeous. I thought that you'd made a booboo and missed some pearls but then you fixed it and the clock came out so adorabubble 😍😍 Reply Salima Sweet January 11, 2020 Your videos can be so relaxing Reply 61crispy January 11, 2020 As I am very new to resin, what is it about the white alcohol ink that causes the reaction in the other colours? I assume it would not work without the introduction of the white? Reply MommaJo January 11, 2020 I wonder if the height of the drops would do anything different with the time as well? Then again that'd probably just be too long to add. Reply Apolliner January 11, 2020 I love your ink experiments (even the first ones, yes) but I've always wondered why do you need that much white colour. It seems like white is most of the problems as the heaviest one. Reply Mandy Hall January 11, 2020 Thank you for so much information – I'm new to resin and new to your channel – just subscribed – the clock was gorgeous – where did you get those beautiful pearls pls:) Reply Haneen Abid January 11, 2020 😘💞 I liked it so much I loved it 🕰️ Reply Cara Freeman January 11, 2020 Hands down best tutorial ever. This is a true tutorial. Learned a lot of things to not do and the reason why. Awesome job. . Reply Woodin Art January 11, 2020 Briliant bro, that experiment help me too much Reply Lolly Blackheart January 11, 2020 Best petri project I've ever seen 👍🏻 Reply FT January 11, 2020 I stumbled upon your channel by accident. I am fascinated by your art, and kinda want to try resin art too now. Reply Margaret Evans January 11, 2020 I really like the clock. I personally use a "less is more" approach to alcohol inks. Reply StarGazerNytz January 11, 2020 That is truly awesome! I was missing your humor in this one, then we got to the very end. 😊 Reply Ellie Fox January 11, 2020 Great video, thank you so much! I'm out of resin right now but as soon as the new one arrives, I will try to use this with my DIY-alcohol-inks (since the Jaquard ones are super expensive where I live). Reply Perce The Merman January 11, 2020 I really like the format of your videos :), straight to the point and this was very educational. I hope you have a great day today 🙂 Reply Dee Klemann January 11, 2020 Omg! I absolutely LOVE this!!! How beautiful. Thanks for sharing the effects of alcohol inks with different times. Well wishes from Toronto Canada xoxo Reply Manisha's Innovative Creations January 11, 2020 i like this open captions or text on each process and explanation on videos. thanks Reply joanne sarlo January 11, 2020 amazingly helpful video! to see all the different effects of the epoxy due to the pouring timing. thank you for doing this! Reply Haffina January 11, 2020 Really awesome. Your experiments were really useful too Reply Grianan66 January 11, 2020 The end project is stunning and the testing process is so helpful. This may be the most useful resin video I've watched from any creator. Thank you so much from me and my future petri dish projects. Reply Pam Miller January 11, 2020 Nice work, and very appreciated! The clock is gorgeous. Reply Myra Severson January 11, 2020 Thank you for this video. I'd never thought about timing playing such a role in resin and ink pieces!!! Reply Amanda Hill January 11, 2020 Very cool clock, I've been wanting to make a resin clock 4 a long time, I just love how they look! Reply sharkyone1000 January 11, 2020 Very interesting tests. – Thank you. Reply Kelly Gallo January 11, 2020 I've noticed white is an activator…watch when you shake it first Reply Spiritual Texas January 11, 2020 you inspired me to make resin pieces with alcohol inks! Alcohol inks are definitely going in my Amazon list and save till i start moving! 🤩 This clock is absolutely beautiful! 🕓💖🧡💛💚💙💜 Reply Kaycy Ruffer January 11, 2020 I really enjoyed you showing the difference time makes when adding the alcohol inks! Now I will have a reference for when I'm making something and want a specific look! Thank you for the time you spent making these and putting the video together for all of us! Reply Celinaaylin January 11, 2020 11:30 the clock in my room ticks exactly at the same time as this clock does and it freaks me out Reply Rebekah Whitney January 12, 2020 The Petri dishes look like the beautiful fungal growth in Nausicaa. I would love a giant version as a table or something Reply Dulcie Hostetler January 12, 2020 What happens if you dont use the white? And I could watch those colors move all the time Reply Calissa ObviouslyCannotDecide Reptiles January 12, 2020 The clock turned out fabulous! I just love that idea. Great job!!! Thanks for sharing. Reply Illustrious Cabbage January 12, 2020 ResinAce: FOR SCIENCE!!Alexa: lol really?Audience: FOOOOR SCIEEEEEENCE!!!! Reply scott744 January 12, 2020 another amazing video! always look forward to seeing the next one, great work and thank you for the content 🙂 Reply Jess Verco January 12, 2020 thank you so much for showing the different timing effects for the ink! i've been having problems with the ink sinking and never considered adding the ink in after a while! 🙂 also the finished clock is beautiful!! Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.