Introduction: DIY Batman Silhouette Wall-Art

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Have you ever stared at a wall when you're bored and felt even bored after looking at the wall because it's even more boring ? Well if there's one solution to the boring walls, it is Wall Art.

Wall Art is a bunch of artistic stickers that you can stick on a wall. But nothing can be more interesting than making a wall art all by yourself. It's fun and also very cheap. In this Instructable, I'll show you how to make a cool Batman Wall Art. Let's get crafting !!

Step 1: The Inventory.

For this awesome piece of art, you'll need the following items in your inventory:

  • Colored Chart Papers / Crafting Paper.
  • Drawing Sheets
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Glue

This is all you need to bring your imagination to life.

Step 2: Sketch It Out

I'm a Batman fanboy, so I decided on the Batman Silhouette. Same way, first you need to decide on what you design you want to make.

After you have a perfect picture of the design on your mind, it's time to sketch it out on the drawing paper. Make sure you have the drawing the exact size that you want on the wall.

Step 3: Cut N Paste

Once you've drawn the entire art on drawing paper and you're completely happy with it, go ahead and cut it out. If you're not happy with your drawing skills, then you can always choose an image from google and print it out.

After cutting out each part of the drawing, paste it onto a crafting paper that is thick enough. You can use any colored paper you like, but you can never go wrong with black color. Also keep in mind that in order to not end up flipping the art, while sticking the reference drawings on the chart paper, the side that faces forward should be the one to apply glue to.

Step 4: Cut N Paste (Again)

Now after the reference drawings are dried properly, cut out the shapes along the reference drawings.

You will end up with thick cards which can be put together to form your desired art. Now using glue or sticky tape, assemble the art on your wall.

You can get creative and assemble many arts together on a single wall and make it into a graffiti.

Go ahead and make that boring walls interesting. Let me know what you made in the comments below.

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