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Lesson Plans


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Peggy Woolsey (woolspeg)
Mon, 21 Oct 1996 19:06:40 +0800

Hi Dave,
You use the yolk which you carefully disengage from its little sac.
You blend the yolk with your powdered paint. The egg white can be mixed
with a little water, beated, and when the bubbles die down, the mixture
makes a varnish for the egg tempera. It's called "glair."