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  • Encaustic Art Starter Set with Iron, wax starter kit
    contains everything you need for hours of wax painting fun Encaustic painting iron 12 different Encaustic wax block colours 6 metallic wax sticks 50 x A6 6 x 4 approx painting cards a sample picture a black mount for an

    Original URL path: http://www.waxes.co.uk/waxes_Page_2/starterset.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • encaustic art quick guide
    Stocks Rapid Mail order For FREE information pack email your name address to info waxes co uk A 32 page full colour guide to many encaustic techniques WAX PICTURES HOME

    Original URL path: http://www.waxes.co.uk/quickguidepage2.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Detail from the cover of Exploring Ideas Encaustic DVD
    WAX PICTURES Contact Barry HOME PAGE

    Original URL path: http://www.waxes.co.uk/dvdcoverdetail.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Steinel HG 2310 LCD Heat Gun
    controlled professional hot air gun with continuously adjustable airflow and temperature control making it suitable for all hot air jobs The precision temperature display permits work on materials that respond critically to heat and so is ideal for encaustic work Specifications Voltage 230v 50 Hz Output 2300w Temperature stage 1 50 C stage 2 50 650 C Memory button for changing preset programmes Non slip end cap Display mode LCD

    Original URL path: http://www.waxes.co.uk/steinel.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • The ultimate hotplate for encaustic work
    varies almost unnoticeably in the working situation The dial spans from 1 to 12 and placing 7 8 9 at the top is around 70 75 C So there is plenty of fine adjustment from the melting point of the wax blocks around 65C all the way up to 100C as the maximum achievable temperature There are too many possible techniques to mention here for using the support material card water colour paper fabric etc directly on top of the hotplate surface However try placing an encaustic painting card on the hotplate tape it on one edge with masking tape to hold it in place then start drawing the wax colours straight onto the surface they just melt as you draw Work these colours with tissue sponges card edges netting plastics fabrics palette knives brushes rubber stamps squeegee shapes in fact anything that you can find to get interesting or desired marks Work on to watercolour paper for a softer final colour feel soft fibrous surface compared to the hard gloss painting cards Use the light colours first to begin saturation of your paper Once a colour is applied it is difficult to shift it Lots more information will become

    Original URL path: http://www.waxes.co.uk/a2hotplate.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • self adhesive bookmark covers
    Just follow these 4 simple steps 1 Peel off protective paper backing to expose the sticky self adhesive clear 2 Place your picture face down is best for wax onto the rigid plastic base A full 3mm needs to be left around the insert This allows for resealing the pouch Wax bookmarks are usually dirty on the reverse so you ll need to position a clean same sized piece of

    Original URL path: http://www.waxes.co.uk/bookmarkcovers.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • encaustic art - images of realistic animals and trees, rubber stamps
    address to info waxes co uk This is an image of some of the stamps the white area is an A4 sheet about 8 inches x 12 inches upon which the stanp images were full size There are 2 more

    Original URL path: http://www.waxes.co.uk/oldstamps1.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • encaustic art - Images of the block rubber stamps
    co uk This is an image of some of the stamps the white area is an A4 sheet about 8 inches x 12 inches upon which the stanp images were full size There are 2 more pages of images Fantasy

    Original URL path: http://www.waxes.co.uk/oldstamps2.htm (2016-04-27)
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