African safari wall decal - I ended up doing something with the same effect as this. I chose a silhouette after googling images, used a projector to project it on the wall, traced the silhouette with pencil, then finally painted it in with regular wall paint. Super easy and it looks great and only cost as much as a small can of paint. #Cake
Light Projector Art found in a Google Search. Make painting more enjoyable by projecting your ideas directly onto the canvas! Project used is the Prism, found at http://www.artograph.com/products/projector_prism.htm
My sister and I created this deer head painting yesterday. The hardest part was taking the picture. It took a 3 dollar thrifted frame, cardboard, fabric, spray adhesive, an old school projector, a homemade stencil, white acrylic paint, a staple gun and an hour long kettle corn eating event.
Here is my process - Found the pictures on the internet of Frank and Bing and printed them off Then I went and photocopied my pictures onto transparent paper and blew them up with a projector - Drew them on with pencil And here is what I had so far: I first painted in the black\ Then I added the grey and DONE -
I’ve had this black skateboard lying around for a while, so it was time to do something with it. Started with a projector and a pencil to trace the outlines. Then I went on with a thin white marker to enhance the outlines. Three layers of white ink later and the foundation was done. As a final touch I chose to use stippling technique for the shading, to get a nice but rugged gradient. Thanks to Niklas Bäversten for the projector and Erik Herrström for the camera. #shape #skate #typography