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Re: [teacherartexchange] Sequential Art

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From: Barb Reser (breser1_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Jul 03 2005 - 06:49:57 PDT


I use acetate sandwiched between two layers of clear Contact paper for faux
stained glass.

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From: "Laurie Reber" <lareb18@yahoo.com>
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Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] Sequential Art

> What method do you use for the faux stained glass. I
> create authentic stained glass, and it is much too
> expensive (possibly dangerous - glass/lead/soldering
> iron) to do in junior high. Yet,I would love to do
> something comparable with my students. I think that
> tissue paper is too elementary. Do you, or does anyone
> have any ideas on how to achieve the look of stained
> glass for junior high students? I have seen colored
> cellophane/acetate type material and liquid lead in
> some art magazines, but don't know what the result
> would look like.
>
> --- vranck0602@aol.com wrote:
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>> Hi Darrin,
>> I've had my middle schoolers read a Chinese folktale
>> and illustrate it
>> in 4 panels for a faux stained glass piece. They
>> look beautiful
>> hanging in the windows around school.
>> Vicki
>>
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