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Re: using student examples


From: Sandy Bacon (sbacon_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Dec 08 2002 - 19:31:59 PST

Cool! Can't wait to see it! You guys on this list are so stinkin'
talented!!!!! What a crew!
Way to go , Ken.


> Ken Schwab
> San Jose CA
> p.s. I just finished my book with slides tonight and I am feeling very
> happy. It was a lot of work and it will go to the publisher Tuesday.
> My friend Bob Capitolo and myself wrote a book about 7 drawing
> techniques and it is a progressive drawing course that starts with
> composition and a history of materials and then seven drawing skills
> and techniques. The skills involved are graphite, crosshatching, ink
> drawing, weave drawing with graphite, gessoed textured drawing,
> scratch board and charcoal on toned paper for portraits. It was
> supposed to be written for the general public but since Bob and I have
> been teaching for 32 years plus, it is like a lesson plan. I think it
> will be purchased by teachers for the most part. I'm glad it is
> over. Our next one is due in April. ---