Printing with Erasers
Thanks! This is a super idea!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, kathie omalley
>stamps, use them as is. Stamp using the different edges of the
> Instead of, or maybe in addition to cutting the erasers into
eraser. When I read your post it got me thinking of a
printing/stamping lesson I saw (probably on the Incr. Art Dept site!)
where students use the edge of cardboard strips to design a cityscape.
They dip the edge of cardboard in black paint and stamp out
skyscrapers and large sheets of paper (24z36).
> --- On Fri, 6/27/08, proff246810 <proff246810@...> wrote:
> > From: proff246810 <proff246810@...>
> > Subject: [art_education] Tempera Paint: Thank you!
> > To: email@example.com
> > Date: Friday, June 27, 2008, 6:54 PM
> > Thank you all for your great suggestions and advice! I
> > guess it is
> > the "smell" method to figure out if the paint is
> > bad. Uck! I am the
> > one at home that when my son says, "Mom, can you smell
> > this milk and
> > tell me if it's good?" That my stomach just
> > churns, and I say, "Just
> > chuck it!" Oh well! LOL
> > Yes, I have found lots of interesting things in the room
> > and some in
> > great abundance. If anyone has any ideas on what to do
> > with 30 boxes
> > (12 in a box) of soap and pencil erasers (besides the
> > obvious :) and
> > maybe carving stamps), please let me know!
> > Thanks again!