Intermediate Encaustic Wax Painting: Using Hot Air For Encaustic Painting

Featured, Intermediate, Wax | 23 Sep, 2012

This video demonstrates how you can use waxes through heat manipulation. By using a heat resistant sheet, the tutor uses a variety of tools and a heat gun to show how effective wax can be to create something which stands out. In this particular video the final piece is that of a floral nature.

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    1. @glassylady2… If ur getting an add box under the text, click the x in the upper right corner of the google ad box. This will allow the text to drop down lower allowing you to see the paper he’s working on. I don’t think you can stop the text from showing up, it’s probably in the video. I hope this helps. :0)

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    2. I think that in most cases it’s artists thvlesmees who are most impressed and inspired by masterful brush work. One surprising thing that I’ve learned over the years is that many artists whose work appears to be done loosely and fast actually work very slowly and methodically. I’ve seen Richard Schmid paint and he works very deliberately, not at all the freewheeling approach that you might expect from seeing his looser finished work. He’s convinced that painters like Zorn and Sargent worked in the same manner and they didn’t just “dash it off” as many people believe.

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