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(NPR)   New comic teaches kids how to make art out of what's available during the pandemic. Used syringes, discarded masks, unwanted vaccines, and ignorantly selfish asshats?   (npr.org) divider line
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3 days ago  
You could make scrap quilts out of all the clothing of the deceased.
 
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  
So they are bringing back Calvin and Hobbes?


Excellent!
 
3 days ago  
Congrats to her for trying, but I think the lesson here is that elementary school art teachers are really just there to pad out the babysitting schedule.
 
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  

Merltech: You could make scrap quilts out of all the clothing of the deceased.


Actually, I've decided to do that out of the cloth masks. I made a number of them myself and my mother-in-law sent me even more, so I'm looking forward to my plague quilt. I just can't decide whether to go with plague quilt or corona quilt for the name.
 
3 days ago  
Or you could order some real art supplies online.
 
3 days ago  
New short film from ACI: "At Your Fingertips: Fomites".
 
3 days ago  
Just go to the homeless camps
 
3 days ago  
Pen, paper, paint, guitar strings, alcohol, basically everything needed to make art is readily available.

The problem is we are at peak d-bag when it comes to wanting to be called an artist without actually having any talent or ambition to become talented.
 
3 days ago  
But how are they going to steal the energy of the suddenly-free introverts?

It's our day! But, I still don't want to see the rest of you!
 
3 days ago  
Subby just basically described FARK.
 
3 days ago  

CordycepsInYourBrain: Or you could order some real art supplies online.


define "real" art supplies.....
 
3 days ago  
At Your Fingertips: Cylinders (RiffTrax Preview)
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3 days ago  

northguineahills: CordycepsInYourBrain: Or you could order some real art supplies online.

define "real" art supplies.....


Poop, pubic hair and menstrual blood.
 
3 days ago  

UltimaCS: Congrats to her for trying, but I think the lesson here is that elementary school art teachers are really just there to pad out the babysitting schedule.


In fact it's really good for encouraging children to practice their fine motor skills. Also children need creative outlets instead of destructive ones.
 
3 days ago  

Manic Depressive Mouse: Merltech: You could make scrap quilts out of all the clothing of the deceased.

Actually, I've decided to do that out of the cloth masks. I made a number of them myself and my mother-in-law sent me even more, so I'm looking forward to my plague quilt. I just can't decide whether to go with plague quilt or corona quilt for the name.


Did you make it look like a giant mask out of masks?
 
3 days ago  

CordycepsInYourBrain: northguineahills: CordycepsInYourBrain: Or you could order some real art supplies online.

define "real" art supplies.....

Poop, pubic hair and menstrual blood.


hard to work w/, but it can be done....
 
3 days ago  

The Irresponsible Captain: UltimaCS: Congrats to her for trying, but I think the lesson here is that elementary school art teachers are really just there to pad out the babysitting schedule.

In fact it's really good for encouraging children to practice their fine motor skills. Also children need creative outlets instead of destructive ones.


Just think of what a well placed art scholarship would have done to shape Hitlers career
 
3 days ago  

Merltech: Manic Depressive Mouse: Merltech: You could make scrap quilts out of all the clothing of the deceased.

Actually, I've decided to do that out of the cloth masks. I made a number of them myself and my mother-in-law sent me even more, so I'm looking forward to my plague quilt. I just can't decide whether to go with plague quilt or corona quilt for the name.

Did you make it look like a giant mask out of masks?


Well, I still need the masks, so I haven't started yet. I guess it will depend on how many I have. I was thinking just a normal rectangle, but a giant mask would be more meta.
 
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