sContinuing "Texture" month with a super fun and easy encaustic techniques this week !
I got some copper wire from my local hardware store. This is a very large gauge wire but it is fun
to use a variety of gauges for this technique . It also does not have to be copper . I use copper because it
is very easy (even at this thick gauge) to simply manipulate it by hand without using any tools,just bend it and go.
This one simple handmade tool can now create a huge variety of marks on the encaustic surface
by slightly heating the end you are using for just a couple of seconds on the griddle or hot plate.
Supplies I used this week:
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