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Lesson Plans

mixing colors with tempera

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Tue, 2 Feb 1999 20:58:53 EST

Our district votes for Chromacryl too. It is worth a little extra money. We
actually had it added Chromacryl to our bid sheets by brand name this year,
because in the past if we ordered bulk acrylic or tempera we ended up with
junk. I showed the Bid Sheet guy a test of Dick Blick, Chromacryl and
Richcryl. Only Chromacryl is truly acrylic. All the others will wash out
when water is added days later. The Richcryl brand is horrible. The
"flourescents" give me a horrible headache. I say "flourescents" because I
ordered regular colors (red, blue, yellow) and got the exact same hue as
flourescent red, yellow, blue, etc... Boy that's cheap.