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Re: plaster problems


From: Jean Gallagher (jeanalice2_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Mar 03 2001 - 11:20:32 PST

Barb--for future reference, here is another way to do hieroglyphics in
plaster. Use dry wall. It is easy to cut into pieces, simply score
with a blade, place cut line along the edge of a table, and push down,
easily breaks. The one labor instensive thing is you have to do is
remove the layer of paper on one side of the dry wall. Wet using a
spray bottle and then rub the paper off with your fingers. You will
have a easy surface to carve into. Hope this helps. Jean in Michigan