Create a beautiful resin chess set, with the traditional black and white chequered board and optional colored chess pieces. Sit and enjoy your resin chess board with loved ones, or sell your chess board as part of your resin business.
This course will take you from resin beginner to creating the most beautiful and intricate resin chess set. You will learn how to create the board that has different colored squares on it, and how to create the individual chess pieces. When you create your own you will be able to customise the colors to create your own unique spin on the traditional chess set. Create the set for your own enjoyment, or sell them as part of your resin business!
I am an Opera Singer along side being a resin artist. When the pandemic hit I needed something to keep my creativity flowing and I stumbled upon the world of epoxy resin. It was a steep learning curve at first and I, like many other artists when they start out, made lots of mistakes, but I loved the process of learning. With every creation I made I got better and better and perfected my techniques.
I now can't wait to pass on everything I have learned to give the gift of creating with epoxy resin to others.
By taking this course you will learn everything you need to know about creating chess sets like this:
Yes, the colors you use when creating your own chess set are completely customisable. Your instructor will demonstrate using the colors you can see in these images, but you can use any color you would like.
Previous resin skills would be beneficial, however you can take this course as a very beginner. The instructor will teach you everything you need to know about using epoxy resin during this course.
Yes the course is free. Craft Resin have compensated the instructor for taking the time to create their course as a thank you, and there are also affiliate links available in the course should you wish to purchase Craft Resin to create your own chess set, the artist gets a small compensation every time their affiliate link is used.
Yes absolutely, once you have learned the basics to using resin then you can create all sorts of projects, the main principles will be the same.