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From " July to Holy Tree " unique encaustic approach from basics to another stage with easy use of MPO™- natural beauty of encaustic medium. www.masterpasteo...

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Comment by Paula Blackwell on September 8, 2013 at 1:52pm

Lovely, I want to come play in your studio :)

Comment by John Buckland on August 8, 2013 at 4:31pm

I agree with all that Mike has said, the whole package is of a very high standard indeed and so enjoyable to watch, congratulations.


Comment by Michael Bossom on August 7, 2013 at 5:18am

Great MPO tutorial. It doesn't matter what level of creative expression your current ability enables, this insightful demonstration can inform your awareness and improve the opportunities for personal evolution within the field of encaustic arts.

I really enjoyed this video Antonin - watching your high level of artistic experience  being discovered and manifest, and with a fluid, clear and helpful narration accompanying the visual story.  Your music and editing of the film sources is getting more and more interwoven with inspiring and accessible tutorial. 

Lovely artwork to reveal  some of the qualities that are so approachable with Master Paste Original. Even for a beginner the basic ideas you share in this video can be a powerful platform for success and a foundation to development of personal styles too.

Love the final artwork.


Comment by Gundula Stevens on August 6, 2013 at 7:01pm
This video is great, many thanks Antonin for showing us the creation of the 'Holy Tree' step by step. Can't wait for my work room to be finished, then I will try to work with MPO as well.
Comment by Maria Varga-Hansen, VargaMari on August 6, 2013 at 5:20pm
Who doesn't get inspired looking at your videos, can't call him/herself as an artist. This one is especially enjoyable. Thank you for your great effort to show us, how "easy" is to work with MPO. I just hope I feel the same lightness one day, although I'm not as fortunate as you: I can't paint with both hands...only with my poor right one, that is often sore! Thanks again! :) Mari








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