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5) Two-Dim. Shapes on steel panel- with line-
-interpert- Subj Matter - in terms of two-dim: shapes - & line - 
- underwater life-fish, shells, seaweed, turtles, 
- Any technique or cams. Lobsters - Etc.....
Expert- Champ. etc., Cuiss, Omit Trite Sunfish, Bubles-
- Areas of texture or patiera to be utilized!

- Many sketches!

6) Piece with matt finish - Dull!
- Rubbed with carbo. stick-
- Use Black, White, other colors- of various values

7) Limoges - Chaling!
- Using Opaques - Black, white - variety of grays... & Work transp. colors over them - 

ex.... Kark Drerup's method!

8) Enamel using threads & Lumps

9) Enamel using slush

10) - Enamel using firescale to advantage.
11) Stencil enamelling (paper towel for curves)
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