Soft, nut-brown (also called victory brown) in color. Brown sculpting wax is the basic all-purpose type favored by many sculptors. It is a “microcrystaline” wax, which means it will bend a lot more readily than paraffin, the white wax used for making candles. Unlike paraffin, it also burns out without leaving an ash residue. “Victory Brown” is suitable for hand-modeling if you get it slightly warm, or for casting into molds.Primarily used for direct modeling or pulling waxes for bronze investment casting. Micro-crystalline waxes consist of a matrix of extremely small crystals. They are sometimes referred to as amorphous wax. Their molecular structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons including normal paraffins, branched paraffins, monocyclic compounds, and polycyclic compounds. Melting Point of our micro-crystaline wax is 172-182 degrees F.