The Simple Screamer: A Guide to the Art of Papier and Cloth Mache

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Gibbs Smith, 1984 - Crafts & Hobbies - 80 pages
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Building a simple Screamer is goof-proof, easy, and great fun. It can change your entire life. With a Screamer in your living room, you will be noticed as never before!
You will learn to use an art medium that allows access to the world of large sculpture. Once your Screamer begins to take shape, you'll be hooked. Papier and cloth mache might very well take over the entire house! And that is only the beginning . . .
Contains step-by-step illustrated instructions for creating your own Screamer.
 

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Contents

Section lntroduction
9
Crumple
13
Papier Mache
19
Teeth Eyeballs Jaws
25
Fingers Toes Tongue
27
Cloth Mache
31
Limbs
37
Assembly
43
Painting
55
Drool
61
Examples
65
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