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Re: painting on glass

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Sun, 3 Oct 1999 23:22:10 -0400


I use a little dishwashing soap in with my tempera paint. I also notice that
if I have the students use sponges to apply the paint, that it is not so
thick and hard to scrap off latter. I usually have brushes also for outline.
It helps to predraw ideas and tape on the opposite side of the window to
follow. Susan in Ohio
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From: Peggi R. Stevens <pstevens@brooklin-es.u76.k12.me.us>
To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Thursday, September 30, 1999 2:39 PM
Subject: painting on glass

>We are having an African Dance Festival at my school and we wanted to
>decorate the library windows with African masks that the fourth graders
>will create and paint directly onto the glass. Does anyone have any
>specials paints they might use for this purpose. I was going to use poster
>or watercolor paints and wash it off when we needed to. I once read
>somewhere there was a special paint for this purpose, but I can't find it
>in the catalogs and I can't remember what it was. Any helpful hints would
>be appreciated.
>Thanks-Peggi from Maine.
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>Peggi R. Stevens
>Brooklin School
>Brooklin, Maine 04616
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