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Lesson Plans

Re: Casting Solutions et al

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Andrea Dunmire (artshui)
Fri, 29 Oct 1999 08:50:14 EDT

>From: Iteachart7
>Subject: Casting Solutions et al
>Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 18:21:31 EDT
>Thank you all for you input on both of my questions.
>For the rest of you who asked me to post my goes:
>You can cast a plaster form from a plaster mold. the most popular
>agent was vasaline. Forms should be made in two parts unless your really
>at the student, Then make one part (oops! That just slipped out :) Shoe
>boxes work great for small parts..hands, forearms, feet. Line the box with
>plastic first.
>I even got my request for back issues of Scholastic art filled
>privately...Thank you.
>I love this list. Hey, Any of you from around the Delaware area?

Hi Gabrielle,

I am from southeastern Pa., 5 minutes from the Delaware line aboue Newark.

Andrea in Pa.

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