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    Incredible work of art, imo

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    Barry,

    Thats pretty impressive work. My brother used to do those pen and ink type drawings really well, but I had no artistic ability at all. I was one of those kids that colored outside the lines.

    I seen this video the other day where a guy does art with just french fries.

    GREASE IN A FRENCH FRY

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    Default Re: One Liner!

    Quote Originally Posted by BARRY ADAIR View Post
    Incredible work of art, imo
    I agree that it is an incredible work of art, it also is not "one stroke" of the pen.

    Back in 1884 no pens were made which contained that much ink do write that far with just "one stroke".

    It would be more correctly titled 'One line drawing' as it is "one line", not continuous either as I can see breaks in it, and not continuous as (back then) the pen would have to have been lifted multiple times to make that 'one line'.

    The above has one caveat: Unless that drawing is also incredibly small, then, maybe, one continuous stoke could have done that with an incredibly small tipped pen.

    Nonetheless ... it is an incredible work of art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Hurst View Post
    Barry,

    Thats pretty impressive work. My brother used to do those pen and ink type drawings really well, but I had no artistic ability at all. I was one of those kids that colored outside the lines.

    I seen this video the other day where a guy does art with just french fries.

    GREASE IN A FRENCH FRY

    rick
    try this YouTube - Speed Painting with Ketchup and French Fries

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