Polyresin can be used to replicate various textures

Polyresin products can replicate different materials through sculpting. While they retain a polyresin texture to the touch, they appear visually distinct after coloring.

For example, it can achieve:

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Wood: During sculpting, wood grain is created, and during painting, different colored paints are applied to achieve a wood-like appearance.

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Stone or Stone Carving: During sculpting, stone patterns are created, and during painting, different colored paints are applied to achieve a stone-like appearance.

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Animal skin, grass, leaves: During sculpting, the fine details of grass, leaves, and the fur or skin texture of animals are meticulously carved, and after painting, the desired effects become apparent.

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Water surface reflection: During sculpting, water ripples are created, and after painting, an additional layer of clear varnish is applied to enhance the reflection effect. If needed, we will add glitter powder to the varnish.

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Snow: During sculpting, irregular surface is created, and after applying white paint, an additional layer of glitter powder is added to achieve a snowy reflective effect.

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Statues, bronze statues: Some special paint colors can be used to mimic antique bronze, or a combination of black and yellow can create a bronze-like appearance.

The greatest advantage of polyresin products is ease of sculpting, allowing for the simple creation of various textural effects. Combined with different paint colors, this results in a wide range of appearances.

There are also other ways to achieve genuine different material effects on polyresin, such as flocking, electroplating, sandblasting, printing, and more. These post-processing techniques yield more pronounced effects, but they do come with additional costs.