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Transfer to Scratchboard

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Kathleen McCrea (kwmccrea)
Sat, 25 Sep 1999 09:14:43 -0500


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One way to transfer a drawing to scratchboard is to lay the sketch on =
top of the inked scratchboard and tape it in position. Then take a =
straight pin or something pointed and poke some dots through the sketch =
and onto the scratchboard below. If you get excessive with the pin =
pricks, it won't look good, so you have to use good judgment, but it =
works well.

Kay

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One way to transfer a drawing to scratchboard is to lay the sketch = on top=20 of the inked scratchboard and tape it in position.  Then take a = straight=20 pin or something pointed and poke some dots through the sketch and onto = the=20 scratchboard below.  If you get excessive with the pin pricks, it = won't=20 look good, so you have to use good judgment, but it works well.
 
Kay
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