Re: [art_education] Help with Egyptian project
That sounds wonderful.
Thursday would be the latest.
On Oct 29, 2006, at 8:29 AM, Jeff Pridie wrote:
I will see if I have pictures of them. I do have the
pattern layout I give the students and how they glue
P.S. I will look when I get into school Monday. How
soon do you need it?
--- ginamarie yacovelli <ginayac@...> wrote:
> Do you have pictures of it?
> I am curious about the construction detail of the
> On Oct 28, 2006, at 9:10 PM, Jeff Pridie wrote:
> I have done a simular project with my H.S. Art
> students. They constructed the obelisk out of
> cardboard first, glued it together using hot glue.
> made the patterns first, they traced them on
> cut them out then glued together. Our industrial
> department donated used sandpaper and we glued
> that to
> the outside of the obelisk to give it the texture
> sandstone. Students then either painted Egyptian
> symbols on it or used Egyptian stamps I had and
> stamped them on the construction. The obelisk
> where 12
> inches high by 2inches square.
> Another ideas is to make smaller ones out of red
> and have students carve the designs on them.
> Hope this helps.
> Jeff (Minnesota)
> --- ginamarie yacovelli <ginayac@...>
> > Hi everyone,
> > I am planning on making personal obelisk with my
> > graders and I
> > figured we would make them out of papier mache
> but I
> > can't figure out
> > how to go about it. Could anyone give
> > even if it is using
> > a different material.
> > Thanks
> > Gina in NJ
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