Once my sea was successfully tied with the ground, i had to create a real shore. I poured another layer of blue-black tinted resin -more black in the longer end.
Then I had to make the foam which I did following the technic below. Another tedchnic I used was to dip the wood or metal parts of the brush and then to just touch the resin surface with my white acrylic gel mix. It created some bigger and flatter surfaces.
I then blended the whole with my brush -normal way.
Just -and yet another time- remember to use FEW paint with your gel!!
So here is how I do the sea foam -pretty straightforward and efficient. The trick is to mix very few paint with the acrylic gel because the gel's volume reduces pretty much while drying -if you don't use much, the white colour will be seen only in the places where you put a lot of the mix -the blending will be perfect :)
So i used some Magic Sculp as some sceal material between the sea and the shore -I will add another bit of my speciul mix of sand tomorrow!
And here you can notice the big failure of my sea! it is actually *too small* for the shore!
so either i cut the shore (unlikeley) or I add some bits of water/resin on each corner (next week-end)
Sounds like the second solution will be the best!