Curry’s idea of hooking the heat gun up to the circuit in the utility room is working. So, for now I haven’t tried out the new torch….still gathering courage.
But, I did do some cleaning and re-arranging in the studio and got some wax down on the 8th panel. It’s still in early stages but heck….it’s getting hot. The temps on yahoo say 88 but feels like 94 with the humidity. But since my studio depends on just the a/c coming in through an open door and a fan, it’s hot enough to stop for the day. Maybe later if it cools off.
This is just a start……………….Maybe I was wanting to see some water and it translated into this beginning.
I really like it as it is!!! It does look kind of "cool". It is like a sauna here in baking Florida.
I love it too, Cheryl. Very cool, as in the temperature.
ha ha….well I've been working on it some more this morning…..so after I take a picture, I'll try to decide if I helped it or not.
Thanks for your comment on my blog! I, too, am considering going to a torch after seeing a demo at the conference. It looks like it makes fusing large pieces much easier and faster. That flame does scare me, though!
We'll have to get together and talk about HOW they did it technique wise. I'm also wondering what to put behind the work so if a flame or heat gets past the edge.
Good to have another TX artist working with wax.