Crayon, 1994, by Chris Wayan
My friend Zooop taught me this technique: kid's crayons onto hot paper. She uses an old bun warmer from a thrift store to heat the paper just enough to melt the wax as she scribbles, so it mixes and swirls like the softest oil-pastels. But it cools and dries almost instantly, so it doesn't smear or shed like true pastels--no toxic fixatives needed!
Scribbly underwater scene of fish and a naiad (a river spirit).
Sketch of a meditator in red-orange and silver.
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