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And if anyone does give you the stink-eye, just tell him that the gas mask is for those "high-pollution advisory" days.
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So you've run out of gouache and if you don't get some fast, your artistic muse will leave you. Whether you're in need of blue Prismacolor pencils to lay down the sketches for your next Web comic or bamboo brushes to practice Japanese calligraphy, you'll find Wet Paint well stocked. Also check out the posters and fliers near the store's entrance for events around town targeting art enthusiasts.
As for that muse, it comes and goes, but maybe a few peeks at the art mags on display at Wet Paint will give you a jolt of inspiration. Painters have it easy when it comes to sourcing materials.
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A 7-foot-tall wooden cross for your giant Piss Christ knockoff? Yeah, it's all here.
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His passion for beads and everything you need to make jewelry also emanates from the helpful staff there.