teaching crayon etching
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Method of engraving in which lines or textures are bitten, or etched, into a metal plate, usually copper, with acid. the same direct way as with pen or pencil on paper.
Like drawing on the plate in
The first etchings date from the early 16th century, but the basic principle had been used earlier for the decoration of armour. Among the pioneers of the medium were Albrecht Altdorfer, Albrecht Drer, and Parmigianino; the greatest of all etchers wasRembrandt. In the 20th century, etching was especially popular for book illustration.
The ambahan, a poetic literary form composed of seven-syllable lines used to convey messages through metaphors and images. The ambahan has remained in existence today chiefly because it is etched on bamboo tubes using ancient Southeast Asian, pre-colonial script called surat Mangyan
Antique Etched Bamboo Tribal Medicinal Mortar & Pestle
Flute etching patterns employed by Bontok craftsmen Bamboo nose flutes from the C. E. Smith collection. All of these are probably of Bontok manufacture
The Hanuno script is one of three forms of the baybayin that is still in use today.
Herbert W. Krieger's The Collection of Primitive Weapons and Armor of the Philippine Islands in the United States National Museum Smithsonian Institution; United States National Museum, Bulletin 137 (1926)
1. Fill the desired shape with light and bright colored crayons. Do not use dark colors.
2. When the space is completely covered with bright colors, use a black or dark purple crayon to color the entire space . You can also use black acrylic paint as a second layer.
3. Using any pointed tip (pencils, bbq sticks, paper clips), draw on the black area of the paper and you will see the color underneath.