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I plan on using tempera paint on stretched canvas backdrops because the
acrylic is more expensive and will probably shine in the spotlight.
Depending on what I see that the kids will do, I will most likely sketch
the basic design and let them choose the details and textures for that
area. I'm interested in any suggestions from those who have done the
stage sets for their school or has done or seen Narnia.
>Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 02:53:19 EST
>Subject: scenery design
> I have been given an assignment to paint a 40'x12' backdrop and 2,
>backdrops for a production that the school is doing in May. I have
>anything like this before and I was hoping for some suggestions on how
>about this. I have been given muslin in the above sizes and now I just
>to figure out what kind of paint to use and how to best get the middle
>students involved in painting these. Perhaps I could sketch out a
>number type of design? Any ideas? thanks!!
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