#3
You have to polish it to make it glossy.

Multiple layers would probably help too. First layer to just fill in the pours, sanding back all the epoxy except for whats in the pours. Basically using the epoxy as a grain filler to create a perfectly flat surface.

Then a layer or two on top which you can then wet sand and polish.
Last edited by earthwormjim at Jan 9, 2012,
#7
^^lol

thanks guys

Quote by earthwormjim
You have to polish it to make it glossy.

Multiple layers would probably help too. First layer to just fill in the pours, sanding back all the epoxy except for whats in the pours. Basically using the epoxy as a grain filler to create a perfectly flat surface.

Then a layer or two on top which you can then wet sand and polish.

I should really try adding another layer then

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Hey, great video. Awesome music. Very great editing. Which camera do you have its impressive.


the camera is a Sony Alpha 55
to do the timelapses I attached one of those shutter remotes, that let you program a time intervall, e.g. to take a picture every 3 seconds