One of my favourite moulds for resin pours is a pyramid.

The first one I made didn’t work out, something went wrong and the mould tore when I was taking it out.  After I bought a replacement mould, my pyramids have all worked out amazingly well.

The pyramids are poured in layers, to produce different colours.  I’ve even started putting lights in my pyramid resin pours, but I’ll talk about that more in a future post.

Sometimes I like to use glow-in-the-dark pigment in my resin pours.  Check out the resin pyramid below, the only light in the room is from the clock-radio it’s sittng on, my Apple Watch beside it, and of course the glowing pyramid its self.

Like I said, I love making resin pour pyramids, so there’s sure to be more featured on this website, so keep coming back to check out my latest projects.

glow in the dark resin pyramid
resin pour pyramid

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