Introduction: SpongeBob SquarePants Snow Sculpture in Color

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Sorry but I have no Pics of the building process itself. 

The colors I used, are watercolors. I disolved the colors in water and put it into a spray bottle.
That makes it very easy to paint.
The reason I used watercolor is simple, if the snow melt all the colors will be gone. You can use spray cans but you end up with a lot of tiny color flakes in spring.

For the arms I used kitchen rolls.

Why he is so glossy? Because I glazed him about 5 times (like a Turkey ;-) ).


octopuscabbage (author)2011-01-07

Don't eat the yellow snow.


boom1234 (author)2011-02-25

Are you a German?
I am a German

one-lightbulb (author)boom12342011-02-25

ja, bin ich!

rockness77 (author)2011-01-07

Really good job. Cool how you used color.

happyjo (author)2011-01-06

Yay! I loveit! great job!

one-lightbulb (author)happyjo2011-01-07

Thank you!

quccy (author)2011-01-06

WA````amazing. No word to say.

one-lightbulb (author)quccy2011-01-07

I know the word it is : Vote!


kcls (author)2011-01-06

Awesome! Great job!

yokozuna (author)2011-01-04

it's only a matter of time before a yellow snow joke occurs!

Lithium Rain (author)2011-01-03

Wow!! That's awesome looking!

Biggsy (author)2011-01-02

This looks great! Welldone! very creative

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