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Re: Judy Decker-and Dragons (smile)


Date: Sat Oct 11 2003 - 06:16:02 PDT

Well, I imagine Carolyn, that she is trying to keep a (life saving, make us
all look good at our jobs), post up and running. Getty does not have to host
us and I think a kind reminder of the "inside" facts about overloading is a
very nice gesture for someone who doesn't have to pour hours and hours into this
For instance this is an unnecessary post so I will add an art-teaching
related fact/request at the bottom.
Have a nice day.

My son and his friends love drawing Magna and dragons (like Yu-gi-oh). I
dislike teaching it but they really want a lesson along those lines. So I am
thinking of taking his fifty or so drawings and reducing them very small on the
copy machine. Then I want him to cut them up and think of them as values
and create a main figure (my son likes dragons) out of them.

Any suggestions from anyone who has done this?