You love the "concrete look?" Do you like it more matte than shiny? JESIN is a rather casual, modern and quite ecological pouring style.
It may sound a bit silly now, but the speckled JESIN look is probably one of the easiest techniques to apply to JESIN and is gaining more and more popularity. It requires only one tool !
Whether you use a completely new or an old, used one for this technique, it doesn't matter - the main thing is a toothbrush!
This is a technique you learn in kindergarten when painting Easter eggs, but here we will achieve a more "elegant" look.
The toothbrush is dipped in paint at the bristles and the thumb is used to dribble at the brushes so that the paint that then splashes off lands in our silicone mold. The more color there is on the toothbrush, the larger the color blobs will be. The less paint, the finer the speckles in the silicone mold.
The best color to use is the JESIN itself, i.e. mix a small amount of JESIN with paint (LIQU-MENTS from COLORBERRY) and then use this as a sprinkling color. If you don't want to do this, you need a color that dries in the silicone molds, which few colors do in a hurry. A very good alternative is spray paint.
Once the JESIN sprinkles are dry, the silicone mold can be filled with JESIN. After about 20 minutes, your creation is ready to be removed from the mold.
Color-wise, you can let off steam completely, but I personally have my very classic favorites for this: