Colorful dragon eggs made of resin and wood by Australian artist Ben WorksBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/colorful-dragon-eggs-made-of-resin-and-wood-by-australian-artist-ben-works
From jewelry, the design of which is inspired by nature, to sculptures-"liquids": there are many options for creative solutions when it comes to resin products. Australian artist Ben Worx uses this organic substance to create delicious "dragon eggs" that resemble something from science fiction films.
See the amazing works of Works on.Ben uses dry pieces of wood for the egg base. He gives them the right shape, carefully polishes the surface and applies multicolored ink and shimmering sparkles to it. After that, the artist places the wood in special containers and fills them with transparent resin. After the products harden, the work on the machine gives them the shape of smooth eggs.
Each work of the Australian artist impresses with its beauty and originality. No two of them are the same: all products are exclusive.