Cool Art how to create? You want to know?

cool art

cool art

Cool ARt by John E Base created with paper and pen photo plus some photo shop.

Cool Art is cool because its edgy real raw. I guess. I’m not much with words when it comes to art. How to create this cool art? Get a piece of paper. Measure the center vertically. Draw a faint line up and down the middle. You can do this my measuring with a ruler or slightly folding the paper in half. But DO NO create a crease.  Find a pair of glasses you wear; sun-glass, reading glasses (they must fit) Place the piece of paper on a flat surface. Take the glasses and place the middle nose bridge in the center of the paper. Make a mark where your eyes would fit. Draw an eye. Slightly fold the paper in half. Place it up to your face measure where the bottom of your nose is. Make a line on the paper. You are close to making some cool art. Take a pencil or pen and measure the space between the bottom of your nose and your mouth. Now make a slight line the same distance under the line you wrote at the bottom of your nose. Then slightly fold the paper in half and cut a long thin triangle where your nose will be sticking out the paper. And cut out the shape you want for your mouth. Then draw with different size ink pens what you want your face to look like. I drew in pencil before I finished in pen. Make as many masks as you want. Its cheep. I used tape to stick the masks to my face. Blue painters tape is best because it will not rip the paper when you take the mask off. If you keep the cool art in a folder these masks should last a long time. Mine are a few years old. I mainly wear them when  making videos and such. Little cool art projects. I photographed myself in the masks then did a pass through photoshop. Cool art is cool.

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