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July 4th, 2009 #16
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July 4th, 2009 #17
This is really cool, thanks for laying out all these directions! I'm definitely going to give this a try, although I think I may be scared to draw in it when I'm done. :|
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July 5th, 2009 #18
"The superior man is distressed by the limitations of his ability; he is not distressed by the fact that men do not recognize the ability that he has."
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July 5th, 2009 #19
When you make something that's your own, it feels right to put your mark in it
(I hope this doesn't make me sound like a crazy looney XD )
Thanks for the comments everyone, if any of you try it and have questions or confused by my directions feel free to drop a PM
July 8th, 2009 #20
Oh man, thats super professional compared to the abomination I made last year.
Had a big pile of cereal boxes collected over my final year at uni and nowhere to store them. ( I like the texture for watercolours, its kinda waxy and unpredictable )
A hole puncher and some random green wool later...
July 8th, 2009 #21
Hahah hey that works too! Oh man, cardboard is awesome to paint on, I've yet to try watercolors on it tho
Thanks for posting the pic man (makes me wonder what else can be made with stuff piled up from uni....ramen noodle packages...hmmmm) XD
July 8th, 2009 #22
Ramen noodle packets..hmmm..
Glue them together and they could form-
An 'ironic' fashion statement
A ghetto umbrella
A bin liner
a rather rubbish tent
sails for a mouse viking funeral boat
a flag to wave at anti student debt rallies :3
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July 8th, 2009 #23
Oh man, there are so many "Ghetto" things that can be made XD
my fave there is the mouse viking funeral boat LOL!!!
July 9th, 2009 #24
oooh big props on this hala, gonna have to try this out, maybe even use some left over wallpaper and add some transparent slides with a white piece of paper underneath and then you got a sketchbook that's never ending as long as you sketch with markers that can be wiped off!
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July 9th, 2009 #25
July 9th, 2009 #26
if you have a walmart near you, some wal-marts have a bin in their fabric department of left over fabric, ranging from 1/2 a yard to 2 yards, for really cheap. I got a yard of that fabric for 50 cents from wal-mart.
or, you can buy plain fabric, and cut out a stencil and spray paint a pattern on, though this is very tedious ;p
Sorry I did not make it But I hope this helps anyway!
July 10th, 2009 #27
July 10th, 2009 #28
instead of wallpaper, you could probably also use drawer liners, since they are essentially the same thing, but come in smaller sizes and cheaper
July 10th, 2009 #29
Many years ago my father used a technique same as this one to make notebooks for me.
Thanks for sharing
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July 11th, 2009 #30
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