Hi, just wanted to share with you my way of building containers for resin water on bases.
You’ll need sharp knife and transparent hard plastic, I used foil for making stencils – it’s thin and stiff. Enough durable to stand against resin pressure.
I cut walls for my container (remember that wall endings must be 90° degree to make it work well. So be carefull and cut precisely. Toothpick is great to apply maskol to walls, endings was glues outside using cyanoacrylic glue.
Here is how look finished container. Be careful to not leave any holes in connections because resin will leak and you’ll have a lot of mess to clean up.
I mixed Crystalline 940 with hardener and mixed it well.
To add a bit of dirt I put 2 drops of Vallejo Sepia Ink. Don’t add too much because resin don’t like water products and can be rubbery when dry.
I removed all bubbles in vacuum chamber.
Poured resin have to leave about 24-48h depending on which one you use.
Removed walls show perfect edges and super smooth walls.
I cut resin excess with sharp hobby knife.
For me effect is satisfying so I left it as is now.
Here is other example of water done same way.