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Love this pose and the look on his face.  Might be inspiration for some comic art!

Love this pose and the look on his face. Might be inspiration for some comic art!

Process Art Activity Using Watercolor Paint and Plastic Wrap (cling wrap)- Perfect for preschool, kindergarten and on up! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Process Art for Kids Using Plastic Wrap and Watercolor Paint

Process Art Activity Using Watercolor Paint and Plastic Wrap (cling wrap)- Perfect for creating a collaborative art quilt

DIY Smartphone Black Light. This is a great trick to know! You never know when you are going to need a black light.

DIY Smartphone Black Light

Funny pictures about DIY Smartphone Black Light. Oh, and cool pics about DIY Smartphone Black Light. Also, DIY Smartphone Black Light photos.

"Unicorn " by band-life-for-me on Polyvore featuring New Look, Converse and Artistique Nail Design, Nail Art, Nail Salon, Irvine, Newport Beach

"Unicorn " by band-life-for-me on Polyvore featuring New Look, Converse and Artistique Nail Design, Nail Art, Nail Salon, Irvine, Newport Beach

HOW TO MAKE YOUR ART LOOK NICE: Developing Style by trisketched on DeviantArt

Feel that your drawings are stagnating? Maybe there's something missing? For those struggling with their styles and finding inspiration, this might be t. HOW TO MAKE YOUR ART LOOK NICE: Developing Style

GELLI Printing & Stamping in Planners, on Art Totes and in Art Journals! Check out blog tutorial and video!

GELLI Printing & Stamping in Planners, on Art Totes and in Art Journals…

HOW TO MAKE YOUR ART LOOK NICE: Reference n Style by trotroy on DeviantArt

To all my fellow artblocked, stumped, and confused artists, here's a kinda long guide on how to work around your stumps! And it's also basically the ans. HOW TO MAKE YOUR ART LOOK NICE: Reference n Style

took an old window and painted the back using paint and my star stencil. I used both house paint and craft paint that I had on hand. I added a touch of brown to my white because I wanted a more distressed look on my old window. I started with the white, wait for it all to dry then paint blue over the white stars in one thick stroke. Do another coat when it drys if desired. Then paint the red stripes

took an old window and painted the back using paint and my star stencil. I used both house paint and craft paint that I had on hand. I added a touch of brown to my white because I wanted a more distressed look on my old

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