I would like to receive the lesson with evaluation please.
From: Ricardo Ramirez [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, September 13, 2002 7:49 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: chalk marbling....
The marbling is a great starting point with doing a surrealistic drawing.
I had my students do a line drawing of a surrealistic drawing. They first
had to do about 3 sketches in their sketch books before doing the final line
drawing. Next, they would take a couple scrap sheets of sulfite and
practice the marbling effect. Next, they would marblize their line drawings
and let the paper dry fully. Last, the students would spend about four to
five days using prisma colors to bring out the drawings. Regular color
pencils work okay, yet to not create the brilliance of the prisma color
pencils. The students really enjoyed this project! They found unique ways
to make connectiions with all the swirls of marbling to their drawings. I
have some examples and a lesson with an evaluation form I could send to
anyone that would like a copy.
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>>> Wizzlewolf@aol.com 09/13/02 05:52AM >>>
In a message dated 9/12/02 10:09:51 PM US Eastern Standard Time,
> This can't be that simple,
> can it?
It can be this simple for the results you get. This method is great if you
have no money and you have a lot of old chalk pieces. However, you don't
really get a great marbling effect. It is VERY subtle and doesn't have the
"WOW" factor of other marbling methods. Take five minutes to try a quick
batch. You will see that it is an OK process, but the results are well,