Introduction: I Made a Brush (again)
Sometimes, you're trying to be artistic, but often, you have to admit, that you're just drunk.
So, let's make a brush.
Find a piece of wood.
Make it smaller.
Make it even smaller in clever way.
Add notches, that won't be usefull, because in the midst of the project you realize that the intended way of accomplishing it won't work.
Cut grooves on the flat size deep enough to usefull.
Make a bunch of bristles out of plastic bottle. These are deffected ones from first experiments.
Iinterviewer: What do you remember of that evening?
Polin (Waldemar's imaginary friend): I ate some potatoe chips and went to sleep.
Iinterviewer: But how did he make those bristles?
Polin: I don't know, I wasn't there.
Iinterviewer: Thank you.
Take a bunch of cristles and place them into notches.
Secure them with plastic strip.
Keep addind bristles untill all grooves filled, then make one pass in opposite dirrection.
Chop the bristles into line.
Seriously though, don't drink when working with sharp tools: it's really difficult to count up to ten if you're missing a couple of fingers, and live in general if one of them is a thumb.
Drill a hole in handle.
Bake the plastic string.
Use your brush.