Sunday, August 24, 2008

Get your Twinkies on

When's the last time your artistic senses were tickled by Jell-o, paint, Cap'n Crunch, and Twinkies?

Sometimes, the cure for momentary boredom is creativity. Even if you don't feel creative, you can still take a shot at making something original. It's fun, it's silly, and despite the description, it's not messy at all.

Take some time, make some art. Save it if you want, or just leave it and go on to something else. Your canvas is virtual, your medium is mostly junk food. It's more fulfilling than you might think.

Click here to enter your studio. Your tools are across the top of the screen. Your cursor is your paint brush. When you finish your work, type a message to the masses. Preview and then keep, send, or have an artist's hissy fit by trashing your canvas. This is way better than fingerpainting. No mess! No more stress!

Have fun.

I love the Internet.


Laurel said...

How'd you find that? That was fun but I have to say I thought the captain crunch would stick to jello, c'mon. And the confetti didn't stick to anything, even the finger paint.

May Voirrey said...

The confetti is merely to celebrate the fun you're having.

I, too, was surprised at what did and didn't stick, but eventually, I made some really fun stuff.

After I saw BMG in Las Vegas, I came home and delved deep, deep into their Website and that's how I found the "art studio."