Crayon Melting Art - Legend of Zelda





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Published on Jul 7, 2012

First attempt at the melting crayon art!~

- A box of crayons
- A canvas (I didn't have one so i just used cut up poster board)
- A blow dryer or blow torch
- A pencil
- Painter's tape
- Protection for your floor (I used cardboard)
- Scissors or a blade
- Ruler or straight edge
- Hot glue gun or regular glue

Pre-Melting: First you'll want to trace your triforce onto the canvas with a pencil (I used a ruler to help). Once you're done with that, apply the painter's tape to the outer 3 triangles. Next you'll want to put your crayons in order (if you want them to be random then skip this step). After putting the crayons in order, strip the crayons of their rappers (you can keep them on if you want). Once you do that, glue the crayons onto the top of the canvas in order. While that's drying, get your floor protection ready. I got some wax on the floor so you might want to use more than I did underneath. When the glue is done drying, you can start melting!

Melting: Put your canvas in the protection area you've set up. Plug in your blow dryer, turn it on, and blow the hot air downward on the crayons. This didn't work for me that well so I asked my dad to use the blow torch. When you get the desired melting amount, grab your scissors or your blade. Use the edge of the scissors or the blade to lightly press against and break the wax right along the tape. After this step, start ripping off the tape. I had to go back and put the fallen crayons back on and reapply the tape then melt again. Once the tape is completely off, you're good to go! If you don't like how it looks you can do what I did and go back and add more crayons and melt again. I also added more burn marks on purpose because I liked the way they looked.

If you try this, I hope it comes out great and i'd love to see it! Thanks for watching(:

Music: Hyrule Theme
I don't own the music.


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