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Re: "light" lines vs. heavy handed

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From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Dec 09 2003 - 19:30:03 PST


Bunki,
        Isn't it strange how it is often the
simplest solutions that do the trick.
I must remember to whisper when I draw
from now on.
                                Woody in KC

Bunki Kramer wrote:

> It sounds like the silliest little response to your answer but it DID work
> for me. Someone mentioned it a year or so ago on the list and I thought I
> would try it with my middlers...what the hey...nothing ELSE worked.
> Anyway...instead of talking about "lightly drawing lines", I started calling
> them "whisper lines". Lordy...they all started drawing them right! It's
> working this year as well...sooooo...you might want to try that interesting
> approach...goofy as it sounds. Maybe it'll work for you too.
> Toodles....Bunki

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