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Old 06-20-2005, 02:03 PM   #1  
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does any have, or know where I can get, a really simple set of instructions on how to do crayon resist? What supplies do you need?

Ok here is my last question.... is crayon resist where I draw a picture (or trace a stamped image) in light colored crayon and them watercolor paint over it?

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If you click on "Resources" on the gold bar at the top of the page, it will take you to all the technique tutorials. Scroll down and you'll find crayon resist near the bottom of the list. I tried to copy a link for you, but that wasn't an option.
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Crayon resist is like you described. You can also brayer or sponge inks over it. A lot of times people will just use a white crayon to highlight part of a stamped image. Here is a link that has a video tutorial using the sponging method. Just click on the free sample from series 1.
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Haven't read the descriptions posted yet, but the way I was taught was to use ugly colored *cheap* crayons to color in where you want things to remain white after you stamp (usually line images work best) Then somehow color over it (brayer or sponges or DTP or something) After it has set take a tissue and buff off the ugly colored *cheap* crayons. Oh and you want to use glossy paper! That's the key!
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