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Topic: not your average papier mache  (Read 868 times)
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« on: March 04, 2010 05:12:53 PM »

During my senior year in highschool, my art class had to do papier mache masks. Everyone seemed to be making characters or mardi gras masks; I've always been one who likes to stand out. When my teacher saw this, her face started to mimic and she gave me a disgruntled look. She questioned my point and I told her that "I wasn't going for boring!" I got an A and she said I proved my point.
What 'cha think?

"You don't look so good....."

Close up.... I had so much fun creating the texture in the puke!!!

Being misunderstood is a trait I share with Howard Stern and many other creative persons.

"...Everyone has the right to make an ass out of themselves. You can't let the world judge you too much or you can't live fully..." Harold and Maude
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