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Lesson Plans


Re: brushes

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Sidnie Miller (sidmill.us)
Sun, 26 Sep 1999 11:10:48 -0700 (PDT)


I also have a horrible time with destroyed brushes. My solution is just
to buy cheap ones and not stress over it--but if you want to heighten
their brush sensitivity--why not have them make a brush. They can decide
what material is a possible source--ie their dog's hair, a snitch of their
own hair, yarn (yuck), strings, shreaded plant fibers . They need to
research how a brush is made, then figure out how to bind thier product to
a stick so that it will work ( I smell E6000 on this one). They could
make designs on the handle, make a ferral out of tooling foil, and finally
paint a picture using it. Sounds like a blast to me. Sid

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