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Re: good items to practice contour drawing

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  • lillisb
    Thanks Vickie, what a fun idea! Can even raid the lost and found from our school! Lillis ... from my mother s day. ... then arranging them as ... table. You
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      Thanks Vickie, what a fun idea! Can even raid the lost and found from
      our school!
      --- In art_education@yahoogroups.com, "vickie mathas" <vmathas@l...>
      > I suggest Hats, all kinds of hats. I have saved old fashioned hats
      from my mother's day.
      > You can make it fun by trying them on and modeling the hats and
      then arranging them as
      > you take them off. Keep them in a bag until you put them on the
      table. You could even ask the kids to bring hats in and form a
      collection of each class.
      > good luck
      > Vickie
      > --
      > --------- Original Message ---------
      > DATE: Sun, 09 Nov 2003 23:54:43
      > From: "lillisb" <lillisb@y...>
      > To: art_education@yahoogroups.com
      > Cc:
      > I am looking for items that make good 'starting' objects for high
      > school students to practice contour drawing. I've done peppers,
      > popcorn, leaves, flowers, shoes, and hands. But I'm looking for
      > new ideas. Anyone got any?
      > thanks
      > Lillis
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