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Arts and Crafts

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Trailer Art - Materials and Equipment

You would have to be in the possession of a trailer of some sort, if you want to display your artwork on it.

Maybe you can buy one; there are many for sale and it is not difficult to find one that strikes your fancy. You could even lend your services to those who are interested in sprucing up their trailer.

You will need paint, brushes, an airbrush, tape, scissors and/or craft knives, and some inspiration.

The tape is needed to cover up areas you either want to paint a different color, or not be painted another color. The scissors/knives come in handy for cutting the tape in any size, shape or form you like or need.

If you are using an airbrush, be sure to cover your airways and if possible, do it either outside, or in a well ventilated area.

Lack of inspiration should be solved in no time; just look around and I have no doubt you will soon be able to paint a pretty picture! :-)

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