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> I don't painting encaustic, but crayons are not good to melt. Better use
> Dorland's wax medium . Anyone agree?
Yes. Melting crayons is what a friend of mine refers to as "juvenilizing a
Encaustics is an ancient method with a rich history. It can be accomplished
with beeswax and dried pigment. Toxic solvents should not be a problem. Yet,
it is not an easy process.
A good site for information and supplies is:
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