Put Spray Paint in to Other Unsuspicious Cans

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Introduction: Put Spray Paint in to Other Unsuspicious Cans

This for when you go tagging first the cans are way lighter less supicious and no one should question you.ITS QUIK,EASY,& Cheap

Step 1: Getting Supplies

Supplies
Spray paint
empty axe can
scissors
A mechanical pencil
lighter
plastic bag
ice
paper towels
nasil polish remover

Step 2: Taking the Pencil Apart

Disassemle the pencil and take the plastic tube that holds the lead

Cut no more than an inch off of the tube

Now you have a small tube

Step 3: Making the Tube

Now that you haave the small tube Get your lighter and melt one end

while it is still hot put the tube over the tube already on the axe can so that it can form its shape

Now take it off so that it can cool down and form

After it is cool cut the edges off of theother endso that it kind of looks like an arrow

Step 4: Filling Your Can

put the tube on top of the permanent ube and put the poiny end inside of the spray can

Get a bag of ice and put on the axe can this helps the process go quick

now keep canshorizontal and squeeze them togther
the paint should be flowing

Step 5: Shaking

shake the can every couple of minutes because you do not want it to over fill because paint will fly everywhere

Step 6: Your Done

now To make it look normal get some nail polish remover and clean the paint off of the sides

Step 7: It Does Work

this is my first instructable and i am 15 plz go easy on me thanks

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    Dude as soon as I get an empty can and a can of spray paint ill morale one

    I love this man, I do a lot of stencil tags and I've gotten used to ditching the stencils right after I tag something but I can't afford to ditch the cans of paint also. I guess a backpack full of axe isn't really inconspicuous but its a lot better than a backpack full of paint when the cops show up.

    I love this man, I do a lot of stencil tags and I've gotten used to ditching the stencils right after I tag something but I can't afford to ditch the cans of paint also. I guess a backpack full of axe isn't really inconspicuous but its a lot better than a backpack full of paint when the cops show up.

    where did you ind a male can?

    what's the ice for ?

    this is a good idea i need to try it out, i'm studying art at the moment so when i'm finished i'll be able to bring all different forms of art to the street, i startedof when i was 12,already won a few awards when i was at school for art but my style is way different to what peoiple accept these days, i love bombinmg i could spend ages doing it but carrying spraypaint around all day is hard work so im deffinetly going to give these ago because im going out this weekend to show off my work thanks

    Duh! I can see someone spraying their armpits with black paint! LOL

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    Seen on the Prince of Bel Air opening = 0:19 sec
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoWnHMlhPvk

    i hate to think what your carpet looked like after this exercise!
    You know, it might be a good idea to do this outside or in the garage.

    I like this, s'pretty simple to follow and it'll save me a few suspicious looks. Thanks for the upload!

    Personally i think there is a difference between regular art and street art. regular art to me are pictures and sculptures you look at in designated places(like your home or galleries) but street art changes the environments in which we live.

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    Uh, regardless, it is still art. Just because it's in a different environment doesn't change anything in the piece itself or the message to be conveyed. "Regular Art" are just pictures and sculptures you look at home or galleries? Uhhh...are you serious?

    not that good for tagging freestyle, but excelent for filling and quick (although a bit messy) for stencils