Ok, this was a great video but for future reference when you hydro dip your shoes put a thick string through any of the holes where the laces go on the shoe so you can paint all over the shoe not just one part of it. And it will also be a big help if you get a little big of a bigger bucket. I would really appreciate it if you can listen to what I have to say lol thanks for the great content. I look forward to many more of your videos also I just subscribed lol
"...Other than the way they look, I like the way they came out." Hahah, the way they look is the way they came out... had me laughin' bro... shits tite tho, I love the experiment stage, when you're just fuckin' shit up and gettin' dirty, Fun AF... LOL... keep it coming bruh...
Hey man. I didn't dig it but i bet some ppl did. I was thinking it needed a lil bit of yellow for the joker. I don't know why but when ever i see purple and yellow i think of the joker. But all in all they were tight. This was the 1st hydro dip vid I've ever watched. So it was cool to see the process. Now i know and knowing is half the battle. Lol. Young folk won't get that half the battle jazz.
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IN THE STUDIO WITH … HAYLEY.
British born artist Hayley Welsh, has established herself as one of the newest creatives in the Western Australian art scene. There is something quite fantastical and a little bit dark lurking in Hayley’s work. Her latest work of art was created for the URBAN NATION and kicks off “The Monster Project”. We took the chance
Live @ the museum III – “Home” by Icy & Sot.
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Retrospective – SCOPE Art Show x URBAN NATION Museum.