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peanut_butter_and

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  1. old one - not sure this made it out
  2. Paper Tigers Styrene, LEDs, Fiber Optics, spray paint, acrylic rods
  3. Hrmm, I'll have to bust out the ol' camera one day to take detail shots... I'll see what I can do. @Fist - the back is kinda messed up because each layer I added scrubbed off the layer below so its kind of a trainwreck on the back New vid & new painting
  4. http://www.molotow.com/magazine/blog/blog/2014/08/13/frostbite-time-lapse-jams32/
  5. Nice, I like that spyke! Here's a new weird one, just farting around
  6. I suppose I'll just keep talking to myself then! Molotow.com featured a video I made recently! http://www.molotow.com/magazine/blog/blog/2014/07/15/empty-horizons-time-lapse-by-jams32/
  7. Lookin good in here lately boys, if not a big stagnant. Lets keep this thread bumpin! I was busy this weekend, painted a few pieces, and filmed it timelapse style. Anglerfish! Jellyfish! Octopusfish! Stay hard
  8. Lets breathe some life into this thread! Airbrush, 12"x24" Airbrush, 12"x24" Markers, on 12"x24" marble Acrylics, Airbrush, 24" x 36"
  9. thanks monestar couple more, 'cuz, socks
  10. Nice one mek i love the colours. Here's a few new ones 12" x 48" - acrylics and markers Grabbing your classmate's bum makes me a saaaad pannnnda :( Acrylics Boredom Doodles on cardboard Acrylics
  11. Nice one perts apparently flickr is an asshole, so i'll repost ... =/
  12. Another diddly, something simply Acrylic on canvas 10" x 20" 32crew Also - thanks perts!
  13. Something strange in the neighbourhood
  14. Most paint markers require at least two coats for a good result ... or a white base for light colours like yellow or orange
  15. depends i guess, the manbearpig piece was spraypaint background, and mostly paintmarkers, the grey/purple/green jams piece was entirely acrylics with a paintbrush, and some airbrush galactic effects, with a wee bit'o black and white paint marker to do the tiny circles
  16. @PULZONER - empty yo' inbox, can't reply to yer message!
  17. Thanks guys, i just randomly placed the painting on my bunker jacket, it seemed to line up nicely with the piece because i guess the planets and the moons were aligned that day or something .... Here's one i started years ago, put in storage, and finished (finally) today. Its a bit more wacky... A couple of Boybearpiggies (Manbearpig cubs) hanging out - 24" x 36"
  18. Haven't painted in a while, its nice to finish something
  19. or you guys could stop being jerks and just answer the question. i've always enjoyed elmers paint markers, easy to open and mix colours, and most colours are decently opaque. molotow paint markers are ok too... now you can go and experiment
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