I thought it would take at least ten steps!
This. Is. Brilliant.nic.ps: my word verification for his post is "tater."
Mikey, I always leave the first and last step out. . . hence your even steven ten.Thanks nic. I'm fresh out of tater puns unfortunately.
Next, do a video of this from the other side of the glass you are painting on -- like the famous Pollock clip. "Action Painting? I'll show you Action Painting!"
You're kind of a card, aren't you? I love step 5.
Can I trade in a muffin top step for one of the butt crack steps?
But Carla, the butt crack is key. I think this is why my paintings don't measure up.
Mandrake: you got the referenceMary Addison: there is two in every deckCarla and Chris: if you dare click on the images for a larger view, you will be amazed that there is actually no crackage. Maybe a tag here and a depression there, but no crack. It is a wonder that my legs ever separate.
that is so good. Reminds me a little bit of the spatter coat and the spattering, in spirit-way back when.Can you do one in 80 steps too?
you make it look so darn easy!!!
The only reason there's no crack in the second photo (I almost said "number two" ha ha) is the tag on your pants is up. Clearly your pants have more shame than you do.
Hahahah you crack me up! I should bust out some Steven Larose style moves next class.Is it Wednesday yet???
You must be working with Thom Yorke's choregrapher. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfOa1a8hYP8
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