- Nothing new and not worth the money Review by Patricia
I was very disappointed with this art lesson. There was no spray paint at all in the video (which was only 4 minutes long).
Then on the pdf the only thing she did with spray paint was spray the top of the piece and let it drip down. Everyone can already do that with regular paint - you don't need to buy spray cans.
In the video, all she did was smush around red and yellow paint. This seemed to be a video aimed at grade schoolers who know nothing about art. Good thing this was on sale for only $1.29.
Interweave also needs to be more open and honest with the details in the things they sell - like telling people how long the videos are. Most of these art lessons are only 5 minutes long.
(Posted on 12/26/13)
- disappointing Review by Marcella
I don't know what I was expecting for the price but it certainly wasn't worth bothering with. perhaps if you never used a spray can of paint before you might find it interesting but it was a total waste of time.
(Posted on 11/26/13)
- Fun but you get what you pay for Review by Clarissa
Fun tutorial, nothing really ground-breaking if you're already familiar with, well, making art and getting messy with media. You could probably wing this on your own, but 2$ will get you some good practical reminders and pointers on where to start if you're feeling uncertain about how to approach small-scale, mixed media aerosol art.
(Posted on 11/21/13)