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Lesson Plans


Tempera paint

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Jim Robinson (robinsj)
Tue, 6 Apr 1999 21:43:23 -0400


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My favorite type of tempera to use is Dick Blick's Premium Grade Tempera =
paint. I have found it to be the most opaque and blends well. For a =
"true" purple, I have my students mix the magenta with the blue and it =
will give you vibrant colors.
Kim in PA

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My favorite type of tempera to use = is Dick=20 Blick's Premium Grade Tempera paint.  I have found it to be the = most opaque=20 and blends well.  For a "true" purple, I have my students = mix the=20 magenta with the blue and it will give you vibrant colors.
Kim in PA
 
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