Today, I tested out the SCORCH marker. This pen allows you to “scorch” wood with your heat tool (see bottom of this blog for link to the official SCORCH video). I first tried the SCORCH marker with an adhesive screen stencil and didn’t have much luck with this method. I kept getting more bleed through that I preferred however, with each try it was getting better.
Next, I used it free form to accent a wood plaque that I had stenciled with modeling paste. This method allowed me to mark sections of the plaque (free hand) to scorch with the heat tool. So cool, I loved using the marker in this manner! Be sure to check out the Quick Tips Mixed Media Video below for the step by steps!
- Wood plaque
- DecoArt Americana – Milk Chocolate, Lamp Black, asphaltum
- DecoArt Vintage Effect Wash – White
- DecoArt Americana – DuraClear Matte Varnish
- Scorch Marker
- Faber-Castell Artist PITT Pens
- Craftsmart Adhesive Screen Stencil – Coffee
- TCW Modeling Paste – Black
Quick Tips Mixed Media Video
SCORCH office video
I hope you enjoyed this product review and project. This really is a cool new product that I am sure you will have fun playing with! Gotta love all things mixed media!