Saturday Night Pour People's Party

Hey Y’all! I hope you all have had an amazing weekend! We went out and got some supplies today and FINALLY got in our first batch of stir stix! We are packaging them up this weekend and will be shipping them on Monday. Thank you all for your patience while we work through the initial kinks in the process of manufacturing and shipping these amazing products (please keep in mind that our stix are made to order so they do not ship right when they are ordered).

Here is the paypal link that was requested to make donations easier 🙂 thank you for the suggestion

ATD Stir Stix:
Stir Stix Link:

Materials Used:

Jeff’s Colors:
Lemon Zest by DecoArt:

Saffron Yellow by DecoArt:

La’Rez Sassy Red Pigment Paste
La’Rez Angel White Pigment Paste (see order info below)

Daler Rowney Purple Lake Acrylic Ink:

Wagner Heat Gun:

Round Paper Coasters:

Black Tarp:

Alternative Resins:
Envirotex Lite:

Pro Marine:

Art ‘N Glow Resin:

Here is a Link to our Amazon shop that lists a lot of stuff we use regularly:

La’Rez Order Info in the states:
If you order from the website – use the code LAURA to get the shipping correct or you will pay a crazy amount.You can also contact Laura directly by email – just make sure you put “pigments” in the subject line. Her email is
Info on UK Orders: Symone Maddison

We are a couple of artists that love what we do. Please take a moment to like our videos and let us know what you think. If you are interested in ordering a custom piece or one of the pieces you have seen on our channel, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us!

Custom orders can also be placed on our website:

Facebook: “Thornton Artist Till Death”

Instagram: @artisttilldeathstudios

All donations are welcome and greatly appreciated! Supporting our art is supporting our dream to make a living off of our art!

Venmo: @ArtistTillDeath

*Disclaimer* We post how we prefer to do our projects. In no way are we stating that this is the LAW or RULE of how to work with any of the materials we display. Also Note, when we work with resin – it is usually under ideal conditions and if our instructions aren’t followed (along with the manufacturer of the products that you choose to use) we cannot be held liable. Every piece you choose to attempt is completely on you. That being said, we have faith in you to attempt anything that we create and post on our channel. However, if you don’t feel confident in doing your own – we do travel for work.

Happy Arting!

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12 thoughts on “Saturday Night Pour People's Party”

  1. Hi, Still catching up on your past videos. Love them all, you all have so much fun and do amazing work. On the mini drip pour.. What is that beautiful Tiffany Blue base color? Is it a spray paint or is it a resin addictive? Thank you!

  2. Hello im rather new to your channel and i LOVE it… wondering if you have done a video on how to ship art once its all completed?, just so the ones of us that are newer to resin art and would like to sell it can do so with out possibly ruining the piece.
    Thanks so much.

  3. I can't wait to see how the color shift paints do! You're right about the pricing. You can always come down if you want, but you can never mark up on the original price (unless you go to another area, like another art fair.). Can't wait to also see those lips finished. All the pieces turned out great. See y'all later. Be safe. 🙂

  4. Oh – I remember when you did the purple ribbon. I had been watching 2-3 videos before that one. Guess I'm an "O.G" watcher. LOL I have watched every one and loved them all. You guys are so genuine and talented. You ROCK!
    I got a request…okay a second request …errr…part 2 of the first request? Part 1 I asked Jeff to do a basic airbrush tutorial since several of us have them, some have an interest, some might just like to see how it's done. Okay so – part 2 would be teaching us how to do 'true fire" the see through ghosting of the red and gold flames are amazing. It's why I wanted the airbrush in the first place. I'd really like to learn to use it.

  5. Erika, what geode group are you in? Sorry, I never get notifications that you are alive and keep missing them so I have to catch up with the video. Love these and I also love that you commented that we are family. I've been watching you guys from very early on and watching you grow and learn and adapt. It's so amazing to watch and even though I don't always comment during the live feed when I do catch you, I am watching and listening, usually working while eatching. I totally love that comment about your subs being family. Meant a lot to me! Shouldn't, but it did probably because I love you guys!

  6. How do you get the resin off of your tools. I wanted to try a second coat on a few of my pieces but that stuff scares me. I don't know how you do it lol. I wanted to use a brush for the second coat but not sure how to clean it. TIA

  7. Please, please, please leave geode as it is Erika. Mine looks too contrived with too many lines. I still struggle with the thought that some artists in Europe price their art from £1000 upwards and I really don’t see why your prices are so low. Yes some take hours, but they charge same for one or two layers as for five or six.
    I found out how to wreck one with the torch yesterday, I took eyes off for a second and lots of little holes in the flood coat. Then to compound the problem, I was too impatient to wait and poured another coat. I made a real mess, before bringing it back, frightened myself silly! You guys need to do a recovery hour for people like me. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing xxx

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