Some people melt a wax crayon
of the same colour and rub it into the scratches, then polish the excess off.
Some people I know melt a wax crayon
of the same colour and rub it into the scratches.
Use a white crayon or a clear wax crayon
(get clear wax crayons
at an art store, or in Easter-egg dyeing kits) to write a message on the white paper.
Modeled in steel, cardboard, and an instant papier-mache called CelluClay, then painted in Cel-Vinyl, they resemble wax crayon
drawings made flesh.
It is a vortex of oil paint, lead pencil, and wax crayon
MRS DAWN PARKER AIT really depends on the dent but you can melt a wax crayon
or a coloured wax stick which you can find next to laminate floor sections in large DIY stores.
Alice arrived at the brand name using the French word for chalk, namely "crale," and combined this with "ola," meaning "oily." The combination actually translates to the product category "wax crayon
Observing and drawing these in pencil, wax crayon
and charcoal, she then uses basic slab techniques in clay, not to copy them but to extend them into sculptural forms with uncanny emotional effect.
I would simply use a child's wax crayon
to match the floor colour, but clean and dry the floor first.
He depicts the life of stuff in the footprints left by human beings, from wax crayon
and pencil "rubbings" of a solitaire card game in progress to a "screen rubbing" of an SMS conversation on a phone.
The use of what looks like wax crayon
for the line at the bottom of each page gives depth to the otherwise blank background against which the penguins are set, and may give hope to the young artist restricted to this medium.
He created a multitude of paintings in different techniques, such as acrylic, water color, pencil, color pencil, and wax crayon
. His other hobbies include collages and objects, bonsai trees, gardening, and traveling.