Can I Resin in my RV?

I had some small panels to paint on and thought to see if the old resin I have is still good. So I painted some of my fanciful flowers on the panels

Resin is tricky, at least for me, needs the right temperature, not too cold and if too warm starts reacting to fast. My small space is tough to find a level place where I don’t need the space to move them until they dry in about 12 hours. I see bubbles. None are masterpieces to be sure but probably sell-able at the flee market for a couple $$ or $. The painting of only colors I like and it’s a good size for an RV, I’ll probably keep it, looks nice on my cubby, maybe that is what I should do, just paint colors. Silly hammock. People love hammock pictures, and swings too.

I’m just babbling here, sorry.

My green thumb is getting itchy. Not that I think I have one, it’s more of a wishfull-ness on my part but I do try. I feel like I must. Not sure but I think I’d better get to planting my few seeds before it gets too hot, not sure what a summer is like here but I’d love to see some morning glories climbing up my RV. I need to get another long pot and I’ll use my paint esel (sorry I can’t spell right now) for them to climb on.

And oh yes I want another Mexican pot to use inside, I think I wrote about my idea to use one between my bed and my kitchen but now I’m thinking why not put another one along side the window for more stuff in an L shape. Maybe with a plant light I could even have some plants or herbs right there. Need to go back to Mexico soon……………when I have money. Anyone else still waiting for their tax refund?

Acrylic Pours

Acrylic Pours

For a While, I was excited about making acrylic pours.  It was a very messy project with paint running all over and trying to stop it at exactly the right moment to produce imaginative shapes and colors was a challenge.  Finally, I decided that this was less am art and more chemistry.  The appropriate mix of chemicals to produce a pleasing or interesting painting. Some magnificent, some a mess.