Resin tint patch pattern with epoxy on eps?

I've read all the difficulties of getting a uniform resin tint on the EPS foam.  Would This type of pattern be a big problem?  Never attempted it, but it doesn't seem like the color needs to be perfect since you are doing separate blocks? 

 

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It’s been done in epoxy, by some of the better laminators.  Not me, of course.  This is a soft bump to keep it on the first page, hoping someone will show us how this is done in epoxy.

deca… What you want to do is a bog first… This consists of resin, about 250 grams per side, q-cel, and white pigment. Squeegee it on and sand smooth to get rid of tits… You can then airbrush or do pigment lams …