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<< YOu could
even do sections of the face so the person is not covered completely
at one time.Sounds like a great time to introduce make up artists
and rubber for making noses lips and faces. YOu know special effects
I had one student who freaked when the plaster got near her nostrils and
mouth. We stopped right there, and she made a beatiful "eyepiece" that we
incorporated a dowel with...She could hold it up to her eyes almost like a
halloween mask and she decorated it with feathers and exaggerated eyelashes.
This too could go with make up artists or perhaps integrated with Theatre, or
even a play they are putting on.
mp in NY