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Ghost Painting

Artistic Apparitions
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A haunted house can be a burden. Put those destructive ghosts to good use.

Set aside a room and cover the floor, walls and furniture with drop cloths. Fasten suitable art canvases around the room. Place paintballs (from a sports store) of various colors on shelves & tables at various heights, loose or in inexpensive breakable containers. Now let your poltergeist artists "polter-paint" for you. Try other rooms, as well. Eventually, you'll have a large collection of paintings for all to enjoy.

Amos Kito, Sep 21 2002

waugsqueke's old link became a ghost. Here's the story again: http://gaslight.mtr...aslight/amherst.htm
[Amos Kito, Nov 11 2005, last modified Nov 12 2005]

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       Gef the talking mongoose was known to draw the odd picture on occasion.
waugsqueke, Sep 21 2002
  

       I thought this would be an analogy of "ghostwriting". There have recently been some scandals because art auctioned for charity (which was supposed to be by various celebs) turned out to be 'ghosted'. Maybe someone else slept in Tracy's bed at the Tate, who knows?
pfperry, Sep 21 2002
  

       // I want to smash my brain against yours. //   

       [blissmiss] Great! Lemme just spread some canvas on the floor first...
Amos Kito, Sep 25 2002
  

       Theres a large, old and mostly abandoned building in Downtown Fort Worth(near Dallas) that functions as a haunted house during the halloween season and a paintball arena the rest of the time.
BinaryCookies, Sep 26 2002
  

       [unabubba] ever hear of that artist who splattered a white couch in his blood (the entire couch) and sold it to an art gallery??   
      
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