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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Cheryl Lane
Sun, 10 May 1998 18:55:43 -0700
Ive just finished "Original Works Yours" (a fund raising project where
they transfer a child's artwork onto shirts, mugs, mouse pads, etc) and
am going to purchase printmaking equipment for my elementary kids...
after looking through catalogs Im confused as to which to purchase!!! I
havent taught block printing in class yet because we hadnt had the
equipment. The closest Ive gotten is drawing on styrofoam trays and
painting tempera paint on them and printing that! These are some of the
stuff Ive been looking at.... I want to use e-z cut, do I need the soft
rubber brayers, foam brayers, or hard rubber brayers??? Which cutting
tools work best for elementary? the ones were the tips come out or the
all it one with the wood handles? and I saw some new items like the
acrylic brayers and the cutters that you PULL instead of push to carve
Please insight me!!
Maybe reply: John & Sandra Barrick: "Re: printmaking"
Maybe reply: Cheryl Lane: "Re: printmaking"