Claytoon wrote:Not a seahawks fan, but that is a great dye. Like the use of the saran method for the background colors (i'm assuming that's what it was)
dgdave wrote:I really like the birds on the wire and the celestial disc. I just saw part of a history channel show about it.
ChUcK wrote:I'd like to hear more about this Pam thing. When I was looking at the pics I thought to myself "this guy knows something different" when I was noticing the textures of the backgrounds. Anyways, I dig the Charlie Brown Thumber disc. He looks like he's begging for some tennis elbow, though.
A.Mutt wrote:BTW are you the same Chuck from the videos on youtube on how to dye?
A.Mutt wrote:"cHuk brown" ... a merging of two of my artistic influences, obviously charles shultz and the other being Banksy.
keltik wrote:I think ZAM had the right idea.
dgdave wrote:Listen to ZAM.
i post things at facebook.com/PostIDjsun3thousand wrote:zam is already in your pants.
Leopard wrote:A.Mutt wrote:"cHuk brown" ... a merging of two of my artistic influences, obviously charles shultz and the other being Banksy.
you done good with that artwork! nice dyes and props for experimenting with the Pam resist
ChUcK wrote:A.Mutt wrote:BTW are you the same Chuck from the videos on youtube on how to dye?
It depends. If you thought those vids sucked, then that wasn't me, it was some other bonehead poser.
pointdisc wrote:Nice dyes A.Mutt and welcome to a new addiction!!! Thanks for the pam idea, I may have to try that out soon.
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