Paint for the sake of painting.
My favorite approach is to just put my gloves on
and begin exploring color on a fused prepared encaustic board.
All of my landscape painting is done 90%
with my fingers and hands as my brush. I just love exploring that way. Its how I connect to my work.
Is it wrong ? Maybe . It's certainly not traditional painting , nor does it follow any rules. I just like to see what emerges
out of just using my hands as my tools.
Depends on how you look at it I guess :))
Supplies Used This Week :
Each week I list the supplies I used in the video here on the blog for you so that you can see and easily find the items used for that week's technique .
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My favorite heat gun and torch are listed here. The Iwatani torch head is my favorite torch for encaustic painting . It comes as just the torch head which attaches to the butane canisters as listed below. The second torch is a less expensive and more compact alternative.
My favorite oil paint stick color on the planet ? R and F Indigo also listed below