Over the past three months or so, I've been learning more about casting resin to make acrylic items. In the process, I had small quantities of dyed resin left after completing a pour to make pen blanks. I kept a couple of larger forms handy and poured the leftover resin into them until the mass was large enough to use. This is what I ended up with for one blank. It started with some red that I really wasn't pleased with, so I dumped it into a form. Next was some excess pearl white and antique bronze. Following that was some blue with a little white. The top layer is some antique gold and blue.
The bottom red layer is kinda translucent, so you can see a bit of the mechanism. I'll hit the internal shiny stuff with some flat black before doing a permanent glue up to hold it together.
This is a stopper/corkscrew combination.
The corkscrew part of the assembly would normally stand above the stopper portion. I hollowed out the center part of the bottom area of the acrylic to conceal the flange of the corkscrew.