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On Mon, 30 Aug 1999, Jim Robinson wrote:
>I am brainstorming a new project for my advanced art students and would like to have any creative input from you folks. Here is my idea: I would like to do a project which I will title "Camouflauge"-each student will have to create an illustration which shows objects/items camouflauged (spelling?). Immediately I thought of insects on leaves but I would like to challenge them to include Surreal imagery or extreme realism. Magrittes paintings of canvases within canvases come to mind as a reference. I plan on having them work with rapidograph pens and ink. They will need to use hatching, cross-hatching, stippling, etc. and have the option of choosing to add colored inks. Ink washes could also be considered.
>Does anyone have any suggestions or references to beef up this lesson?
>Bermudian Springs High School
>York Springs, PA