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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Painted Miyavi t-shirt on: January 14, 2010 11:10:40 AM
This is my first topic, so please bear with me if I did something wrong!

Anyway, I was recently helping my sister paint something for a project and got a bit of black paint on my t-shirt. It wasn't a particularly interesting shirt, but I was still kinda annoyed that it had been put out of commission.

So, in retaliation I whipped out a picture of Miyavi (a Japanese musician) and started painting. I painted it free hand (way too lazy to make a stencil Roll Eyes) so it's not very accurate, but it actually looks pretty good when someone wears it. The original paint stain is now the arm on the left, if you were wondering where it was.



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