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« on: September 06, 2010 06:16:48 PM »

So I have this hidious blue rug that I painted squares on. So Im planning on spray painting the whole thing black. Now heres my question, what could I use to trace a dead body style chalk mark picture on the rug that won't stain my dear dead body's (love ya ma) clothes?
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« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2010 07:46:09 AM »

You're intentions are not completely clear to me, but I assume you want to now what to trace the outline of your 'body' with.
How about using chalk? (Is this too obvious?) Chalk (the non colored  stuff they use on blackboards) is easy to get of clothes, but you can draw on many types of sufaces. Yuo'd have to help your 'model' get up very carefully though, as to not wipe out the lines. The added bonus would be that if you don't like you composition the chalk will gently rub of.
After that trace it with what ever paint you choose to use.

Of course your dead body could just wear old clothes.
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