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Re: spinners

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Michelle Vidro (ggoose)
Mon, 10 Nov 1997 13:36:37 -0700

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Stacy,
Spin Art comes to mind. I had it as a child. You put the paper on this
spinning device and squirt the paint on. It makes kind of psychodelic
designs.....purely by chance.....You can buy it at a toy store and it's
called Spin Art.

How about marblizing paper. You have to spin the paint before you dip the
paper into it. May be nice for the holidays too. I really don't know the
process but I'm sure if no one else does here, there is a book out there on
how-to.

Clay on a potters wheel. That spins.

Spin around and get dizzy, then try to draw....*just kidding*....couldn't resist

good luck, michelle

>sorry to post twice in a row......but one of the teachers in my school is doing
>a unit on things that spin and why....and she wants me to think of an art
>project to go along with it....she had a book that mentioned putting a round
>piece of paper on a pencil or some kind of stick and then putting a few drops
>of paint on it and then spinning it and then seeing what happens to the
>paint....any suggestions...I am drawing a blank on this one.....stacy
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