SchoolArts Magazine

AUG-SEP 2013

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First Impressions Paint Pots AMACO Versa Clay no. 20 Versa Clay No. 20 has excellent plasticity that lends itself to all types of hand building and wheel throwing. Best of all, it can be press molded and shaped paper-thin without cracking. Amaco.com These pots make painting easy for young artists. Each paint cup holds approximately 8oz and has two lids: an inner lid with tapered hole to dip a brush and reduce spilling, and an outer, color-coded air-tight cap to keep paint fresh between art sessions. http://bit.ly/12GKB5e Lamy 2000 Ballpoint Pen This luxurious ballpoint pen is so well-designed that it is on permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art. With a body made of a fiberglass known as Makrolon, the velvety surface lends a warm feeling to the material. Features a black gift box and a refillable ink chamber. Jetpens.com Staff Picks These favorite products are sure to enhance any artroom! Uni Boxy Eraser This handy little black polymer eraser has a convenient shape that allows for precise erasing. You'll have almost no eraser bits to sweep up! jetpens.com Montana ACRYLIC Water-Based Paint Markers These water-based refillable markers feature brilliant colors that can be applied to almost any surface, including canvas, wood, metal, walls, and glass. Also, ideal for brushwork and airbrush use, the optimum flow control pump valve system allows accurate handling and application. montana-cans.com Sketch Nation Create, play, and possibly even sell your own video games with Sketch Nation. This free app is easy to use and allows students to sketch virtual worlds, characters, and effects, then Sketch Nation brings them to life! sketchnation.com schoolartsonline.com 13

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