make gelatin prints on tissue paper for least 4 reasons: It is thin and super absorbent, inexpensive, picks up lots of details and can be collaged into other work very easily. (printmaking without a press with Linda Germain: gelatin print tips)
Collagraph Printing in the classroom: The Collagraph Lesson will integrate science with art, focusing on how animals and insects use ca. Students will create a texture or pattern of an imaginary animal or insect skin using the Collagraph print.
(Used to make geology maps?) Paper sculpture Use large sheets of paper and then a generic cardboard shape in between each sheet to add dimension. Could be easily assembled with glue does. Possible topographic map model?