Ocean or beach wave resin art sure is popular.  I have featured a couple of beach wave tutorials before (see links below) but this one by Fran Valera of Little Windows is fabulous, too. 

She has simplified it in that there is no sand used.  But she shows how you get the wavy and sometimes frothy look with just alcohol ink and white resin colorant. She also made her designs glow in the dark!

Fran has always shown her skill with resin work but in the video, she did not remove her little accident where she dropped a bottle into the work in progress.  Shows these happen with the best of them!  And she carried on regardless incorporating the little whoopsie into the final design. 

However, the part where I chuckled was when she showed her utter delight with the squishing in of metal elements at just the right stage of resin curing to get a ripple effect. You can see it best with the seahorse design above.  The stage is when the resin can be lifted up with a pin much as whipped egg whites display stiff peaks.

Really cool tutorial to learn from. 

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