Speaking of scatchboard, I recently tried spraying inexpensive enamel spray
paint over a thick crayon layer on index board rather than having the
students cover with black crayon, india ink or tempera. The coverage was
good, and it scratched off well. We'd had problems with tempera cracking
off although we'd added dish soap. The kids really enjoyed this lesson.
Theresa in WA
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>Subject: Scratchboard sites of interest
>Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 12:40:33 -0800 (PST)
>Greetings Art Educators,
>Linda Papanicolaou sent me this web site:
>She saw lots of ways she could use that site with her
>students. The artist has a style like wood/metal
>engravings. There are tutorials on the site.
>I have that site on a lesson submitted by Wendy Free:
>Previously, it was just linked up to her scratchboard
>lesson plan - Now it is also linked up from my Art
>Internet Lessons page. I would say middle school kids
>could use the lesson, too.
>If you have additional scratchboard sites, I will add
>them to the lesson.
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