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Topic: tie dye + my boyfriends failed art papers = abstract bright painting!  (Read 717 times)
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« on: April 05, 2006 01:59:21 PM »

so my boyfriend was bad at high school
and his old papers were lying around near where we paint
and i had some tie-dye left over from a previous project

http://thumb15.webshots.com/t/10/11/9/12/37/2220912370054220575DqBpUA_th.jpg

and...

http://thumb15.webshots.com/t/53/153/3/70/67/2779370670054220575KXatAj_th.jpg

i used tar gel to adhere the papers to the canvas
and this matte gel stuff to cause the lumpyness for some texture around some papers
(which cracked since the water in the tie-dye  Embarrassed but still looks normal  Smiley )

the camera doesn't really show how bright it is.
you can click on them to see them bigger. Smiley

this is my first post of my stuff, i hope you like it!

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« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2006 11:56:19 AM »

i love art like this.

so cool.
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