I need to admit that these are NOT my students' work- I photographed them at a
Northwestern Ohio student art exhibit & "liberated" the idea. I wish I could
thank the teacher, but I do not know his/her name! I think they were from the
Toledo area, so if anyone knows, I'd like to give credit where credit is due.
>===== Original Message From Bruthrobson@aol.com =====
>What a great idea!
>I just bought a sandstone Egyptian plaque from our State Fair. We could put
>rolled out colored sculpey on that. Or white sculpey that they could paint.
>I am wondering if that is economical. It seems the back ground should be
>some thing else to take up the bulk and not waste the clay. I wonder what
>of flat filler I could cook in the oven?
>Maybe cardboard itself?
> I would highly reccommend the colored Sculpey. We have made Egyptian Eye
>reliefs with Sculpey and added beads along the eylids. It worked very well.
>sealed the tiny beads in with sealer.