Introduction: Printing Coin Picture on a Paper

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this is my first instrutables sorry for the pics blame my old cam

Step 1: Materials

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1- you'll need a pencil ( not a pen )
2- a tape
3- a piece of paper
4- a coin

Step 2: First

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put the tape on the coin then stick it on the paper

Step 3: Second

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on the other side of the paper just scratch the pen on the other side of the coin fast
an soft too soft like the picture

Step 4: Last One

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you're finish enjoy if there's any problem pm me .

Comments

PineapplebobTheGreat (author)2008-10-09

when I was in the first grade, I did this and everyone thought that I was the best artist in the world.

gloflyer (author)2008-10-09

You can also use this technique with a piece of drawing charcol,a crayon. It gets really interesting when you do it on older objects like a tombstone. You can often see or pick up things that are obscured to the eye by lichen or a pastel stick,etc. I understand that in much of England and Europe this is very popular, but you have to get permission, because so many are doing it.

Kiteman (author)gloflyer2008-10-09

Yes, there are numerous ornamental brasses in churches, decorating commemorative plaques and stones, which have been worn smooth by years of rubbing. The National Railway Museum in York has a display of name-plates from old steam engines, and small cast railway signs, along with a pile of paper and a box of crayons for people to do rubbings.

Kiteman (author)2008-10-08

Good first try.

You'll need to get a camera that can do macro shots, of course, but keep at it.

Oh, and this is a rubbing, not a print.

CameronSS (author)Kiteman2008-10-09

Did someone say "print"?

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mitchell12 (author)2008-10-08

I think I did this when I was 4.