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Lesson Plans


RE: Scratch Art

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Kimberly Anne Herbert (kimberly)
Mon, 18 Oct 1999 16:29:00 -0500


In our Summer For Kids program I had the kids use black oil pastel over the
crayon. They had great fun drawing, then erasing, and drawing a second time.
Kimberly

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Subject: RE: Scratch Art

You can also cover it with inexpensive India ink.

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Subject: Re: Scratch Art

In a message dated 10/17/99 11:12:51 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
teachercbs writes:

<< Could someone please share with me how you do scratch art? I
want to do
it with
my Art History students to give them a "feel" for black-figured
Archaic Greek
Art vase painting. Do you color the paper with colored crayons and
then
cover
over the entire thing with black crayon? >>

Carla,
Yes, you color the paper with colored crayons and color over the
whole thing
with a black crayon or with black paint.
Hope this helps.

Carolyn in MA