Working large in encaustic doesn't have to be difficult.

In this course you will learn:

  • How to apply wax evenly to a large panel.
  • Proper torching techniques for a smooth, expansive surface.
  • How to tackle compositional challenges when working at a large scale.
  • How to properly set up and prepare your larger panels.

Pricing options

Purchase now for the regular price or, if you need a payment plan, pay for your course in 3 easy payments of $89.

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Have a look at what's inside this course...

  • 1

    Welcome to the course!

    • How to use this course

    • Course Disclaimer

    • General Use Disclaimer

    • Welcome to Working Large with Encaustic!

  • 2

    Materials & Safety

    • Materials, Tools, & Equipment

    • Studio Safety

    • Proper Ventilation

    • Ventilating Your Studio

    • Torch Safety

    • 1A - Safety Tips

    • 1B - Torches, Tools, & Materials

  • 3

    Module 1: Panel Preparation

    • Prep 01 - Getting Started

    • Prep 02 - Treating the Sides

    • Prep 03 - Thoughts on Gesso

  • 4

    Module 2: Priming The Panel

    • Priming 01 - Base Wax

    • Priming 02 - First Fuse

    • Priming 03 - Second Base Layer

    • Priming 04 - Pockmarks

    • Priming 05 - Adding White Base

    • Priming 06 - Fusing

  • 5

    Module 3: Elements Of Composition

    • Composition 01 - Elements Of Composition

  • 6

    Module 4: Getting Creative

    • Getting Creative 01 - Adding Color

    • Getting Creative 02 - Working the Surface

    • Getting Creative 03 - Shellac

    • Getting Creative 04 - Shellac Burn

    • Getting Creative 05 - Reviewing Your Work

  • 7

    Module 5: Finishing Touches

    • Finishing 01 - Cleaning the Edges

    • Finishing 02 - Wire and Hardware

    • Finishing 03 - Polishing the Surface

  • 8

    Tips and Techniques

    • TIP #1 - Fixing Pockmarks

    • TIP #2 - Calculating Wax Amounts

    • TIP #3 - Pouring vs Brushing

    • TIP #4 - Removing Brush Hairs

    • TIP #5 - Fusing Large Areas

  • 9

    Thank You

    • Until Next Time...

    • A Few Resources For You

  • 10

    Bonus Materials

    • Temperature Reference Chart