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Colored Resin Blanks by Monoyasha Colored Resin Blanks by Monoyasha
These are all the color options available for colored resin eyes. Top picture is without flash, bottom picture is with flash.

The 3D eyes on the left have blue resin the ones on the right are plain clear so you can see the difference.

Whichever color you pick will compliment your iridescent back color and make them really shine.

Just showing these because very few people want colored resin for their eyes, and it really makes them look good. I thought by maybe SHOWING you what they look like would help when you order blanks from me. Or for whenever I'm accepted painted eye commissions.

There is no extra charge for colored resin eyes, just so you know.

Blanks:
3cm $10
3cm 3D (follow-me): $20
4cm $12
4cm 3D (follow-me) $24
Shipping = $3 in US, international varies.

Will paint pupil on for free. Not accepting painted commissions right now though.
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Bueshang Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm using easy-cast clear at the moment but I'm having trouble with bubbles or the resin not being mixed enough and not setting.
Are there any tips you can give :?
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Monoyasha Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
you need to heat up the resin in warm water, and when pouring into cups pour it along the wall of the cup to reduce bubbles. mix very slowly again to reduce bubbles. basically keep mixing so it goes from cloudy to clear, than pour into a fresh cup and wipe off mixing utensil which should be plastic or metal (NOT WOOD) and mix again, then pour into molds. this will reduce bubbles and ensure a proper mixing as long as u measured accurately.
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Bueshang Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks so much :D
I can already find a couple of points that I can improve one :glomp:
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ThoronWild Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
just wondering what is the difference of cloudy with clear like how much difference dose it make?
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Monoyasha Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
not sure i understand your question? is this in reference to the claws or eyes?
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ThoronWild Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
um, its hard to explain XD
like what is the difference to cloudy resin eyes to clear resin eyes? is there like special effects that you can do with cloudy?
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