Winter colorcasting! But of course, to take away the doldrums. I have a "Little Griddle" electric nonstick pancake griddle; I'll have to try using that. Thanks for the gentle nudge.~Joe
Just mind that you keep those griddles on the LOW setting, folks. The warmer I have gets pretty toasty, but nowhere near an actual cooking temperature. We used these things around 5-year-olds, after all.My only problem now is going to be staying stocked with crayons. They melt like gangbusters with this method, and it's so smooth that it's very hard to stop. Kind of like fingerpainting, in fact. I'm feeling a little five-years-old myself right now.
Beautiful. When the zombie apocalypse comes, and the only methods of communication are created via the fevered typings of a few stalwart retrophiles, we shall crown you our king.
I think this one might need a video demonstration.
@Speegle: humbled, as always. As long as the zombies leave the electric grid alone, I'll be fine. Otherwise, I'll be melting crayons on hot rocks or something.@Strikethru: good idea! I've got my mini-tripod with me today, I should be able to capture some footage.
Very well done! I was having trouble picturing this before the video. Mostly because I am a little daft. Now I just have to find me a casserole warmer...
Colorcasting lends itself to terseness, at least in my hands. Plus, I was working on a pretty narrow ribbon of wax there. Glad the video helps.Will Silent Type 2 be in living color? I've got my submission technique now.
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