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Jhunting
A jhunting is an instrument used for handdrawn batik
as well as batik painting.
It has a small cup or container intact with a
hallow pipe at the end that allows wax to flow
when applying
.



Jhunting
The jhunting is made of copper for its cup while the handle is made of wood.


Waxing
Wax applied, goes through both side of the fabric.



Dye
Dye (color) is pain-stalkingly applied according to the wax-drawn area.


Handdrawn
A piece of Batik normally took 2 to 3 days to complete.


Wax & Dye
It's wax and dye penetrate to both of side of the fabric.


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Handdrawn Batik is another traditional method that produces multi-coloured design.

The technique of Handdrawn Batik is similiar to the Hand-blockprinted Batik. While the hand-blockprinted uses blocks to create
patterns, the handdrawn patterns is drawn and colored by hand, which results in exclusive designs of multicoloured shades.
It is a vast improvement from the hand-blockprinted process which is restricted to a maximum size of 9 inch square print and to a maximum of 4 colours dye.



In the handdrawn batik process, molten wax is applied onto the fabric by using jhunting. The design is either sketch by pencil
which follows an artwork or freely-drawn by an artist.



Design which is normally sketch by pencil, where later the out-drawn pencil line will be applied with wax using a jhunting.



Fabric that required hand-applied wax, needs to be strecth across two wooden stand before wax can be applied.



Fabric that required hand-applied wax, needs to be strecth across two wooden stand before wax can be applied.



Applying of wax needs to be consistant to avoid any "un-joined" wax line that will lost the "wax-resistance-effect" during the
process of coloring.





Colors dye are applied individually by brush on the required design. This includes the background colour as well.





Colored fabric are allowed to be dried before proceeding to the fixing process.