How to Make Spray Paint Art

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Introduction: How to Make Spray Paint Art

Spray paint art is very easy all you need is a few materials and you can usually find those within your house.  If you don't have some of the materials you get probably get them all for around $10.  The place you'll be working in will need to be well ventilated so you won't breath in all the fumes.  Depending on how big it is it shouldn't take long.

The materials you need are:

paper plates

spray paint

poster board

a magazine

a workspace

Those are all the materials you'll probably use.  You also might want a paint mask and latex gloves.  So let's get started!














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    shedevil74
    shedevil74

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Amazing and you make it look so easy.. :)
    I'm in the middle of decorating my sons new bedroom, but on the exterior wall it is seriously hard work !! the emulsion paint will not take to wall and this problem has unintentionally created a space scene colour effect ! so i might as well make good use of a bad space by adding the moon and stars.
    so ill be sure to try your moon tomorrow and load a picture for you to see how i got on.
    thanks and keep up the good work ye.

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    shedevil74
    shedevil74

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Here is my moon wall art result thanks mate i think i done alight there .

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    eddie911
    eddie911

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I did this for our vacation bible school one year, must of made over 100 planets for our space theme.

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    TTAMREKRAP
    TTAMREKRAP

    10 years ago on Introduction

    i got one of these at the fair today, the kid is only sixteen and i just told him what i wanted and he made it.. he is such a beast.

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    soccer4h
    soccer4h

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome! Great job! Have to do it soon. Thank you!

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    mranalli
    mranalli

    10 years ago on Introduction

    What an amazing job!!!! I would so buy something like this, true art!!!!

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    krystle839
    krystle839

    10 years ago on Introduction

    wow, very impressive!!! and you def make it look easy! GREAT JOB! 5 STARS!

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    siamonsez
    siamonsez

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Saw this being done once on the sidewalk in New Orleans and it is an awsome thing to watch being done. Nice job.

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    inthefurnace
    inthefurnace

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    There's also a bloke doing this on the streets of Melbourne, Australia. He sells them, and from what I can tell, makes quite a profit.

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    Evan606
    Evan606

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    In Seattle someone sold this for 200 $

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    jlohmeyer
    jlohmeyer

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Wow, Stott, I didn't know we had such talent in our family! Can't wait to see your next project!

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    Neon Panda
    Neon Panda

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Here is my go at this project- I did the moon! I'm pretty proud of it. I have never uploaded a photo before, I hope this works!

    MOON.jpg