I Made a Brush (again)

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Introduction: I Made a Brush (again)

About: Generaly confused. Secretly inspired.

Sometimes, you're trying to be artistic, but often, you have to admit, that you're just drunk.

So, let's make a brush.

Step 1:

Find a piece of wood.

Make it smaller.

Step 2:

Make it even smaller in clever way.

Step 3:

Add notches, that won't be usefull, because in the midst of the project you realize that the intended way of accomplishing it won't work.

Step 4:

Cut grooves on the flat size deep enough to usefull.

Step 5:

Make a bunch of bristles out of plastic bottle. These are deffected ones from first experiments.

Step 6:

Iinterviewer: What do you remember of that evening?

Polin (Waldemar's imaginary friend): I ate some potatoe chips and went to sleep.

Iinterviewer: But how did he make those bristles?

Polin: I don't know, I wasn't there.

Iinterviewer: Thank you.

Step 7:

Take a bunch of cristles and place them into notches.

Secure them with plastic strip.

Step 8:

Keep addind bristles untill all grooves filled, then make one pass in opposite dirrection.

Step 9:

Chop the bristles into line.

Seriously though, don't drink when working with sharp tools: it's really difficult to count up to ten if you're missing a couple of fingers, and live in general if one of them is a thumb.

Step 10:

Drill a hole in handle.

Step 11:

Bake the plastic string.

Use your brush.

Step 12:

Make some photos.

This is it, thanks, have a nice.

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