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---"Sears, Ellen" <ESears.us> wrote:
> Does the neck itself lean - or it pulls the whole sculpture over?
If it is
> the whole sculpture, I would try adding counterweights to the tail
> If it is the neck - is there a wire that can be fee into the
> there overlapping ends buckling under the stress? If so - try
> temporary supports while it is drying -
> > ----------
> > From: Christi Fennell
> > Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 1999 6:51 PM
> > To: arts ednet
> > Subject: Our leaning sculpture
> > One of my second year art students has a problem. They were asked
> > create free standing animal sculptures. He chose a flamingo. It
> > stands, but the long neck makes it lean. We thought about adding
> > pussy willow stalks or thin river grass to hide extra supports.
> > any better ideas?
> > Oh, by the way, it is built out of crushed newspaper, masking tape,
> > coat hangers and wooden dowels.
> > Thank you in advance. C.
> > ==
> > 2.I, as an effective teacher, will address students by their name.
> > Another goal I chose this year.
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2.I, as an effective teacher, will address students by their name.
Another goal I chose this year.
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