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    wandering line with magazine mosaic fill - students choose palette from analogous colour, complementaries, monochromatic harmony, primaries, secondaries, tertiaries etc.

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    • Mandie Roberts

      wandering line with magazine mosaic fill - students choose palette from analogous colour, complementaries, monochromatic harmony, primaries, secondaries, tertiaries etc. I'd like to experiment with this.

    • Melissa Gettler

      Sketchbook Activity: wandering line with magazine mosaic fill - analogous colour, complementaries, monochromatic harmony, primaries, secondaries, tertiaries etc.

    • Kelly Corcoran

      Wandering line with magazine mosaic fill - students choose palette from analogous colour, complementaries, monochromatic harmony, primaries, secondaries, tertiaries etc. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/

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