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    Check out ripstopbytheroll.com for their outdoorINK stuff

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    I guess no one has heard of "Field Candy" (dot com)?


    Many more selections there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maui Rhino View Post
    That could be a great long-term project. Add a small drawing here and there to commemorate places, milestones, and moments on your hikes, have other hikers from your trail family autograph or sketch on it, keep a running list of campsites or trails hiked. Pretty soon it will be infused with memories and style.
    Trail Journal Shelter?

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    I'd be wary of any using any solvent near expensive fabric. From the Sharpie site.

    The principle solvents are alcohols, but they also contain ethylene glycol monobutyl ether. All other Sharpie ink colors are Permchrome ink. For these the principle solvents are also alcohols, but no glycol ethers are used.

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    Decided to do a few test drawings on my cuben bathtub floor. Seems like it will jold pretty well! Only time will tell

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    Love that tarp picture the OP posted. That's awesome. I'd be snapping away with a camera if I saw that at a campsite.
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    best thing about this new medium is that the cuben is likely translucent enough for you to trace artwork through, especially if you make a make-shift light box with a piece of plexi or glass. work done this way can make you appear to be the most skilled of artists! i've done similar work on super big custom kites in the past.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctebeau View Post
    This is the canvas that I am working with... and the adorable dog that lives there!

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    I fixed the picture for you. I was getting dizzy watching that poor dog hang on upside down by his claws!

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    Quote Originally Posted by atraildreamer View Post
    I fixed the picture for you. I was getting dizzy watching that poor dog hang on upside down by his claws!
    I just figured you were in Australia

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    Someone really interested in doing this might contact Gen at YAMA Mountain Gear, this looks like one of his Cirriform tarps.

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