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magnolia (by pingwynne)

magnolia (by pingwynne)

tullips (by pingwynne)

tullips (by pingwynne)

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Glue crayons to a piece of cardboard or to the a canvas. Then get a blow dryer, turn it on, and hold at an angle. The crayon will start to melt and drip in the direction of the hot air. Put cardboard behind the art piece, the crayon will splatter.

fighting spirit (intuitive drawing) (by pingwynne)

fighting spirit (intuitive drawing) (by pingwynne)

may we never take the miracles of life for granted  (by pingwynne)

may we never take the miracles of life for granted (by pingwynne)

Painting this today! Mylee wanted to paint a butterfly and this is what I found. I'll probably just use black marker instead of pastels

Butterfly Painting Art Lesson

Painting this today! Mylee wanted to paint a butterfly and this is what I found. I'll probably just use black marker instead of pastels (Horses instead of butterflies!

Saatchi Art Artist: Linzi Lynn; Acrylic 2011 Painting "Giraffe Eating limited edition #2 of 50"

Giraffe Eating by Linzi lynn - Limited Edition Giclée on canvas, hand-embellished on hand-painted gold background #6 of 50

ArtSlant - Giraffe Eating Artistic beautiful Art sketch drawing painting giraffe animals animal art gallery want.

Fabulous tree made from melting crayons

Another crayon art design on canvas Colorful tree! Use crayons and hair drier to melt the crayons and make them splatter to make the leaves! Use one crayon at a time and hold them over the canvas.

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