Printing Coin Picture on a Paper




Introduction: Printing Coin Picture on a Paper

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

Step 1: Materials

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

Step 2: First

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

Step 3: Second

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

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

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


    11 years ago on Introduction

    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.


    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    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.


    11 years ago on Introduction

    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.