Hello and happy Wax on Wednesdays !
This week we will begin a new printmaking month on Wax on Wednesdays ! Encaustic mono printing is a wonderfully magical process . Best results are achieved on an anodized aluminum surface. There are several options for this . This week I am using a Paula Roland hot box : http://www.ventafume.com/roland-hotbox-for-encaustic/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwhr2FBhDbARIsACjwLo11EWaz6svKwVnLazPuc8GR8YPggL_FOdkHvKvtgWjYRZS5rrVNe2MaAvglEALw_wcB
These are great for large print making . You can also get 2 or 4 hot boxes together and purchase one single large plate for them enabling some very large work to be created. These boxes will not serve as heating units for your large tins of encaustic paint.
Next you can also use an R and F hot plate. These are pricey as well but serve a dual purpose as you can use them for both a heating unit for regular encaustic painting and also turn it down for printmaking .
Finally Enkaustikos anodized aluminum plates can be fantastic economical choice as they can be placed right on your pancake griddle if that is what you use for heating your encaustic paint. They come in a large variety of sizes .
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 .
If you purchase items from the links provided it sometimes generates a few cents in commission which goes right back in to creating videos for you on the youtube channel. It does not raise the cost for you in any way, and is the same link you would find on a regular amazon prime search . Thank you so much! Also , although the photos here can help you easily find the product . I also recommend that you look at your local art /hobby store to make sure you are getting the lowest price. Sometimes with weekly 40% off coupons basic items can be found at a better price.
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Want to dive into more printmaking and encaustic and paper techniques ? "Encausticology Paper Journey " is packed full of exciting technique building projects ! You can check out all of the details HERE
All workshops are self paced with no time limits or expiration dates so that you can watch and refer back to all of the course content for as long as you like !
I created the community over on Patreon in April of last year in order to bring small workshop content, and bonus content for artists each and every week at a very low price compared to a full workshop. There are a variety of levels to choose from and you can move up and down on those levels within the community. I loved the fact that ALL content from the beginning of the channel would be available to subscribers. This means that currently there are over 50 Wax on Wednesdays with step by step process commentary + a bonus photo encaustic series on the channel to watch for just 4.99. It is also largely due to the Patron subscribers on channel that I am able to continue to be able to bring you Wax on Wednesdays each week and I am very grateful for that community . I am also there to quickly answer questions that you may have about each week's project. There are other levels to choose from that receive even more creating content each month. You can check out the details for the Patreon channel HERE and I would love to have you join me over on the channel.
Hope you enjoy this week's photo encaustic painting project !
xo and happy creating :)
5/27/2021 01:12:14 pm
Hi Shari~Thank you for your wonderful Wax on Wednesday videos. You are so inspiring. I've signed up for your emails, but cannot seem to find the live link that shows me your supply lists. Sorry to bother as I'm sure it's right under my nose, but how can I access the supply lists? Thanks in advance.
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Shari Replogle is an artist sharing her encaustic and other artistic adventures each week here on the blog and on Youtube. Her full line of workshops featuring encaustic and metal are on this site under available workshops.