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I used puff's plus kleenex. No problem with the high school girls.
The impressions seemed good and students didn't seem to get plaster on them.
From: dj [SMTP:djash]
Sent: Sunday, April 02, 2000 6:50 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
I remember someone mentioned that they used wet paper towels to
the face .... then they had the kids apply paris craft strips over
towels to form face impressions for mask making. How messy did this
technique get? I really want nice face formations. Any special tips?
I've used tin foil in the past. Tin foil will not get flat enough
form fitting enough to create the smooth facial surface I need for
project. The wet paper towel method sounds interesting but I teach
school and you all know how fussy high school kids are about their
appearance - especially the girls!!! Any suggestions would be
appreciated as always.
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