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Hi, I am very interested in creating wax paintings on perspex I wondered

if anyone has worked on this and if so could give me some info on it

ie. (  when framing I know you place the painting with the wax side

facing into the frame will this cause a greenhouse effect and cause problems with the painting. Also is it safe to apply the wax with the

iron and stylus. If someone could tell me the basic do and donts I

would really appreciate it.

 Love this site and the diversity of work on it, many thanks  

                                                                              June.

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Comment by June Green on September 29, 2014 at 6:57pm

Many thanks Antonin, I will give it a go and see what happens I thought it might give a nice stained glass 

window effect. If I don't go up in flames and it turns out alright I will put a picture of it on the site.

Comment by Antonin Sedlacik on September 29, 2014 at 6:42pm

 Perspex has a melting point 160C so I guess you're pretty safe on using iron and stylus. 

I used a torch on it and It was ok... but it's not that I recommend it, there is certain precautions , like  

heat vs this acrylic material.... 

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