...and we love culture, don't we?
That's amazing. I've certainly never seen anybody so masterful with an etch-a-sketch. It' s a great tool for emphasizing the importance of a single forward progression of line. The line of an etch-a-sketch drawing, like time itself, cannot be erased or reversed (at least until a new drawing is started).
does anyone else feel that the music/ vibe of the etch-a-sketch artist seem overtly silly? Lines like "I'm the best" make me think less of an artist than a freestyle competition, as if this guy were going head-to-head against every other etch a sketch artist in the world. I think there is actually a pretty noticeable trend of this tone of video on you tube; someone with an extremely specified talent can come in to competition for the first time with someone else across the world. The results are most often rediculous
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