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Natural Flow 
A3 card taped onto flat board (for stability during the process), and a new hot air gun to try out. Coat the card in clear wax, then dribble on some wax colours off the bottom of the iron - lighter in the middle, darker outwards. Blow, melt, tilt, pan, dribble, blast, cease, cool, add iron effects and detail, polish, finish. That was the technical path, but where does the image arise from? It was in not conciously preconceived. So where does it come from?  .... for me, it is just part of the
Natural Flow - A3 card taped onto flat board (for stability during the process), and a new hot air gun to try out. Coat the card in clear wax, then dribble on some wax colours off the bottom of the iron - lighter in the middle, darker outwards. Blow, melt, tilt, pan, dribble, blast, cease, cool, add iron effects and detail, polish, finish. That was the technical path, but where does the image arise from? It was in not conciously preconceived. So where does it come from? .... for me, it is just part of the "Natural Flow".
 
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Filename:20100202_natural_flow_1200.jpg
Upload by:Michael
Album name:Advanced Gallery
Rating (8 votes):(current rating : 5 / 5 with 8 votes)
How did I create this art?:Hot air gun and iron
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 Ingrid [February 04, 2010 @ 10:37 PM]
  Thank you Michael for your good explanation of how to do this painting. As always your painting is magic and fantastisc, but this one has something special which I cannot explain.
 wasschilderijen [February 06, 2010 @ 11:14 AM]
  Hello Michael, a beautiful painting, and your explanation is so concrete. greeting Peter
 Carlos [February 09, 2010 @ 06:13 PM]
  Very Very Good painting, thanks for the info, those trees are great, i'll have to try em
 annmary [February 10, 2010 @ 08:47 PM]
  ...breathtaking landscape fantasy and interesting description for the painting process Laughing
 Thera [February 13, 2010 @ 12:47 PM]
  First thanks for the information, it is a beatiful fantasy landscape that you have created
 Eileen [August 26, 2014 @ 05:02 AM]
  Beautiful fantasy