wax crayon

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writing implement consisting of a colored stick of composition wax used for writing and drawing


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As yet, our in-house academic Elaine Quigley has made no mention of the graphological significance of the colour of wax crayon used by the subject.
Morris' drawings are made with wax crayon, acrylic, ink, graphite, and watercolor.
Simple and sophisticated craft ideas run the gamut from Tie-Dyed Eggs and Paper Cone Easter Baskets to Sticker and Wax Crayon Decorated Eggs to Egg Gift Baskets.
The drawings are black, gray, and white (charcoal, wax crayon, and watercolor) on a sand-colored paper; the formations appear as seascapes without the sea, ciphers that create a scriptlike space with suggestions of the literal and littoral, both runic and dunic, a landscape and langscape, as it were.
uk SENSATIONAL SEQUINS KITS containing everything needed to create sparkly sequin pictures by peeling off the backing sheet and sticking sequins to the matching colour on the picture with a specially made wax crayon.
Dave Grimshaw, by email AI''D use a child''s wax crayon.
For the scratches, I would use a coloured wax crayon.
For the scratches, I would use a coloured wax crayon and rub it along the scratch then wipe off any excess on the face of the tiles so it's only the scratch that is filled.
By the late 1800s warrior artists were using commercial artist materials like graphite, watercolor, colored inks and even wax crayon.
This has never happened to me, but to be on the safe side I use a wax crayon.
In the end, Francis was doing a passable impression of Herbert Lom as Inspector Dreyfuss in the Pink Panther films, scrawling 'Kill Brady' on the walls of his padded cell with a wax crayon between his teeth.
Recurring themes--such as an interest in patterns or woven-together lines, or in the materiality of the specific substrate used and in the colors of tempera, wax crayon, oil paint, watercolors, and india ink, which attain a haptic quality due to their intensive handling--take part in an open, flexible system of formal and motif-based correspondences that cross-reference, complement, and comment on each other.
Mark all the joints with a wax crayon or a felt-tipped marker on masking tape to guide the reassembly.
The easy way is to simply melt a wax crayon the same colour as the flooring into the scratch and, once set, slice the surface with a sharp Stanley knife blade and give it a buff.
He used a wide range of media - oil, acrylic, ink, wax crayon, egg yolk and vinegar - to build up richly impasted surfaces of glowing golden light which call the work of the old masters, even Leonardo da Vinci, to mind.