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What a coincidence to find this papermaking thread today! I just got a Chuck
Close book from the library today to use as a reference for a 7th grade
self-portrait lesson, and I noticed he did lots of handmade paper portraits.
He gridded the picture and assigned values to each square and used different
value paper pulp in the classic Close style. I haven't ever done papermaking
with kids, but if I did, a value lesson with gridding might be how I'd
approach it. The book I've got (there are lots more) is: CHUCK CLOSE by Lisa
Lyons and Robert Storr, Rizzoli International Publications, New York, 1987.
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