New Beginnings. Feelings of good, strange , excitement . Excited for new opportunities, new adventures, putting away the sad but sometimes it creeps in . So begins empty nest syndrome :)
The first new adventure is starting this blog here on the sharireplogle.com site. I have posted artistic adventures on blog posts on Playswithpaper.blogspot.com since 2006 WOW ! Now continuing the adventure here on sharireplogle.com, hopefully everything will be all easier to find on one website :)
This week on Wax on Wednesdays, some fun bold new textures with dry wall texture spray to really amp it up in this landscape !
I am ALWAYS on the hunt for great textures to add in encaustic . Hardware store , dollar store, grocery store :) . I try to envision it all underneath the wax to see if it will be benificial in adding cool textures . (My family is used to it ) There are some rules, and criteria these items have to meet in order for it to be archival , but I get really excited when I believe something is going to play well with the encaustic wax!
If you are super excited about building textures and exploring more there is a library of encaustic workshops available 24/7 here on the site. If you enjoyed the techniques in this week's Wax on Wednesdays video I recommend Encausticology 101 Online Workshop for hours of step by step encaustic techniques !
The supplies I 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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