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Re: paper mache cardboard masks......

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croberts (b2w6w4kn)
Sun, 21 Jun 1998 16:27:54 -0400

>Hi, Brenda..........
>>The subject is>to make large african tribal masks. My workshops will be 4
>>2hr. sessions. ( 1>session per week) This will allow drying time between
>>the stages.

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>>How should I space out the class in terms of stages: Macheing , sanding,
>>painting collaging ( I have some really nice hand made papers that could
>>used as a finished surface) and finally sealling- what to do with early
>>finishers. Is the time aloted enough time?

Reading this message brings to mind something I've recently seen on the SAX
web page ......

It is the Wild Things Project Paper which would be GREAT to use as the outer
layer on paper mache objects.

And if you haven't checked out the site for SAX, you need to do so...they
have some really neat ideas under Art Project Ideas!

Carolyn Roberts