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Make a t-shirt in the style of a Rorschach ink-blot. The resulting design will be essentially random but laterally symmetrical.
You'll need: - a t-shirt; either white or light-colored - a piece of corrugated cardboard, roughly the size of your t-shirt - t-shirt paint; black or other dark ...
Insert the cardboard into the shirt, taking care to keep it centered. Tack down the shirt along the outer edge and near the crease at the top and ...
Slop some paint on the shirt. A few blotches and splatters should do. Try not to intentionally draw a design.
Fold it in half. Close it firmly but don't overdo it. You want it to spread a bit but not to smudge too much. Don't leave it too ...
Open the shirt again and leave it to dry. The paint will probably bleed through to the cardboard and stick. You should be able to peel it off ...
You can make a multi-colored design by repeating the process, letting each layer dry. If you use a smaller piece of cardboard, you can create several separate designs ...
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