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Coffie Crave

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I dont know if i should put this in chanl 0 or here, but i guess ill get more + feed back here.

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Anyway, what do you guys paint/draw on i use anything i can find wood,canvas,old spray cans,poster board, paper, anything creative, you guys got any ideas besides the above?

 

Also i use reg paints and makers, but like i said, I like to get creative. If you use a tea bag thats been in hot water and brush it on eather posterboard or paper, you will get a really cool light brown fade look great for backgrounds.

 

so any other creative ideas out there?

 

thank's

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since you started this without any flicks, i'm moving it to Channel Zero, If the response is good, i'll move it back.

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hmmm..since my toy ass dont kno nothin bout much at all...what kinda markers do u use on ur canvases??

 

normal paint based ones?

:confused:

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I enjoy painting on mirrors. Don't know why. Its not like you can look at yourself when you are done. But it is fun none the less.

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Originally posted by Skinny

hmmm..since my toy ass dont kno nothin bout much at all...what kinda markers do u use on ur canvases??

 

normal paint based ones?

:confused:

 

anything gose, mostly painty or deco but i use anything i get my hands on

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There is a guy from Minneapolis that looks for old refridgerator doors in the dump or something, and he does his paintings on those. I thought that was a preatty cool idea. Sorry I don't have any pictures.

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i've used wood, carboard, papers of all sorts (would like to eventually make some of my own paper), shelving, concrete slabs, whatever i can find when i'm feeling the itch.

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i have scraps of mat boards, different colors...and i draw on those with prisma pencils. or watercolor paper with prisma pencils. i also draw onmy jeans...but thats mostly out of boredom, and it washes away...

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i paint on boards left over from construction, hats ;) , shirts, canvas board.

 

i put leaves in them b4, but that didn't work so well.

i haven't used many house hold colorants before

 

i've used poke berries, and sumack tree blossoms for natural colorant though

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hmmm.....

 

I have a piece of cardboard that was torn off a moosehead box

and it was the test surface for some really crappy paint pens.

but it looks kind of nice in a very accidental way.

 

arts and crafts!

arts and crafts!

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I use just about any old thing with about any old thing. They say necessity is the mother of invention. I'm a junk artist from the days of yore. The beauty of spraypaint however is that it adheres to any surface between plasma and solid state. It will even stick in your lungs if you don't wear a mask. I find drywall makes pretty good canvas even unprimed. Wood I would prime unless you want to incorporate those textures which are nice in itself. Metal is nice but can be rather runny if you want to work with alot of wet stuff though it's really crisp and smoov. I prefer multimedia because I have yet to discover any tool or medium to give me all the effects I seek. I'm working with clay as of late, a dragon. Maybe whenever I get a scanner I'll show you peeps my stoof.

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hahah...damn...i thot everyone and their mommas had photoshop...poor you...how do you live!? do you want me to send you a copy????

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damn it feels like this should be in the yard.oh well

 

materials

 

rice paper

tarp

ash trays

beer coasters

mouse pads

lamp shades

behind dressers/book cases

old hub caps

old tables

boiled eggs

plastic bags

chupa chups

candy wrappers

potato chips

those tacky looking little ceramic black saxaphone players

cd cases

dvd cases

my playstation.....it looks like a blue hungry hippo

my cat

neighbors dog

turtles you see anywhere

pet store fish tank

steering wheel

old car stereo

bowls

plates

kitchen sink

hello kitty dolls

lunchbox

dead animals and wotnot

glass

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Originally posted by ikueism

let do this god:king:

 

the fuck does that mean?

 

 

stop being a post whore

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