80s party decor Pac-Man wall ----Used one roll of black plastic table cloth material (party store), thick blue painter's tape for the lines and cut out card stock for the dots, ghosts and Pac-Man. The puppies were very confused. LOL
Hiroshi Matsumoto. Unlike those extreme large-sized ones, these small 9×9 painting, are intriguingly less common in abstract artwork. No other abstract artists have done it so passionately than this oil painter from Kobe city in Japan. His style of paintings characterized with bold brush strokes just fit into small canvas. Using oil medium laid on thick plaster, ever creamier than cake frosting. Presentation is a fusion of minimalism and simplicity.
How to cut fun foam. From another site: You can easily cut Craft Foam on the Cameo the settings I use are a blade of 10, thickness of 33 and double pass depending on how thick the craft foam is. I do tend to use painters tape to keep it in place and move my rollers out of the way so it does not get marks."
Bouquet in a Vase Pierre Auguste Renoir. Renoir used blue pigments to render the shadow cast by the vase. Renoir lavished thick, rich strokes upon the profusion of blossoms, their porcelain vase, and even the wall behind them.