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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Rick
Mon, 15 Nov 1999 19:20:29 -0500
Hi Eliza: Well, I just finished a reply, which was asked to be re
submitted. This one won't be as long. I use pariscraft which I buy in
the 20# box from Hammett. I have the students work in pairs and rotate
in a 2 wk period. We cover faces with vaseline and I do a check of
this to make sure they got the hairline and eyebrows especially well. I
demonstrate on a student and have them do one person usually the same
week. I have them do a half mask. opera like. The entire project takes
about 4 -45 min class periods. I've been doing this for 14 years, so let
me know if you have any other questions. Betsy
PS the pariscraft doesn't really heat up. They take about 10-15 min.
before the partner can lift it off . They are still somewhat fragile at
this point, but if they carry it carefully to a shelf, It should dry in
the origional shape.
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