When I’m doing really precise batik work, I like to keep a sketch shirt nearby that I can drain my tools onto with random sketches until the tools have just the right amount of wax in them to do my difficult work.  Also when I’m starting a long session, I like to draw some free form stuff to get my eye-hand coordination into the game, without putting allot of pressure on myself.  As I’ve noted elsewhere, once you put wax on fabric, there’s no taking it back.  It is no fun to spend hours sketching out a piece, only to completely screw it up with a randomly placed blob of wax.










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