artist will use pencils to mark off areas of fabric where the dye will go. Then, they cover the fabric with hot wax, usually made of bee wax or paraffin.To pour the wax, artists use a tool that resembles a pen called a canting.
They use a brush or a tool called a cap to cover larger areas. Then, the Batik artist pours various colored dyes over the wax.
This dying and waxing process gets repeated to create more complex, beautiful designs.The Batik artist employs discharge dyeing, stencils, and etching to make these intricate designs.Read more on powerofpositivity.com