I can't believe that NO ONE has tried this?
I tried it and I like it as a little e-homage to Mr. Pollock. The recent New Yorker article, I think, got it right when it referred to Pollock's technique as painting in air. Not a new insight for painters and art students, I guess, but it made Pollock make sense for me.
That was fun. After being briefly pannicked. The damn thing keeps dripping! There is no stopping! Once I got over that, I tried to control it. Thanks. Nice collage btw.
its chezy but i like for some reason. When I learned how to change colors i was "amazed" by "my" dexterity.thanks S
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