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Is that a masterpiece in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?
Used Altoids tin. Pencils. Tape. Paper. I added some pennies later on...
Use my awesome lo-fi technique if you wish. Look at my instructable "Revenge of Post Office Drawings" for detailed steps.
The inside of the tin is roughly 3/4" in height, so I'm going to trim the pencil leads to 1/2" to allow enough clearance. I'm using some fairly ...
I laid out two strips of masking tape, roughly tin-sized, and attached the pencil leads to the sticky side. After thinking on it a bit, I decided to ...
Cut a piece of paper to tin-size, and place it inside. Put the stylus on top. Close tin.
There's no way that stylus is heavy enough to leave marks on the paper, so I added some pennies to the back to give it more heft. I ...
Jam it in your pocket and hit the bricks.
Ok, so I cheated a little. After a while I noticed that the stylus was very limited in it's motion, so I removed about 1/3 of the stylus ...
I'm a little underwhelmed by the results. But hey, not every painting can be a Thomas Kinkade. What I decided to do was make new, single, free-range styluses ...
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