For a worktop I'd say check your local pound/dollar store for two-part resin. My local pound shop (in the UK) does a two-part resin in what looks like two syringes stuck together. You cut the tips off and squeeze out an equal amount of each side. Mix, pour, let it set, and it goes rock solid and clear.
Don't blame me. I'm just the dealer giving the first one free. :D
I haven't tried it on cement, but as long as it's relatively level then it should work. Acrylic is basically plastic paint so when dry you could walk on it OK, but would wear it out. I'd have to think you'd need to use some sort of varnish to make it hard wearing.
In my defence: I was juggling paint and my phone (camera) at the same time. Hence, the sissy glove. :)
Go for it!Post your results!
Acrylic Pour Painting - on ...View Instructable »
double rotary knobs: http://www.leobodnar.com/shop/
Resin and Wood Ring Band
Make a Ring by Melting Pennies.
Nut Ring, Manly Design!
See Through Dice Tower
Mold Making & Casting Class
Tools and Materials for Easy 3D Printing
Using a Slicer
Easy 3D Printing
Science of Baking
Eerie glowing jars!
Catch 50 Fleas In One Night
How to Make a Ring With a Wood Inlay
Android Motion Sensing Smart Mirror
Awesome No-bake Energy Bars
47 projects to do with a 555!
How To Turn Your Raspberry Pi 2 Into A Retro Console
The Greatest Ring-Making Tutorial Online (Bent-Wood/Metal Hybrids)
Send SMS from Arduino over the Internet using ENC28J60 and Thingspeak
DIY Big Peg Board Shelving System
PVC Chicken Feeder
Popsicle Stick Ring
Display live Arduino sensor readings on a Nokia 5110 LCD
DIY Grinding Machine by HDD(hard drive)
Explore Your Genome!
Candle Polish Wood
Arduino Chicken Coop Controller
Uber Home Automation w/ Arduino & Pi
Custom Switch Panel for Flight Sims (Updated)
Handlebar beer holder
Head Mouse - Game controller or disability aid
Plastic bottle birdhouse
Miniature Revolving Solar System
plant terrarium basics.
Food Coloring Markers
Desktop Terrarium with Night Light
Chocolate Bacon with Bacon Chocolate Chip Cupcakes