Monday, June 29, 2009
It's not easy being...orange.
With all the talk lately about orange PZ Kut, I had the itch to play around with some orange scraps that I had in my scrap bag. I haven't carved with orange for a bit since I have been enjoying the white grade A so much. It definitely carves differently than the white; I think it feels more 'waxy', not as 'rubbery', and you cannot push it around as much as the white. I suspect it holds up a bit better than the white, especially those really small details.
The above stamps are carved in orange PZ Kut, grade B. If you haven't tried it, I suggest you grab a slab from WEBFOOT and give it a go. You may find that you like it better than what you are using now...you never know!
Labels: carving advice
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