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Not art but art related. My holy grail of drinks; coffee, wine and crystal lite. Why I tempt fate by putting them next to mt paint water always is beyond me...

pepperjones 8 June 4
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We all drink a little paint now and again.

Pen-n-Ink Level 6 June 9, 2018

Yes I drank stuff you shouldn't drink from doing that too. When I'm doing my drawings I will not let my coffee anywhere near it because I spilled coffee on one once that ruined over 25 hours of work, I learn my lessons the hard way but at least I learn them.

JesseBoren Level 7 June 8, 2018

Snort, giggle, giggle... That's something i do too. And yes, fate took, and won, that bet.

moonmaid Level 8 June 5, 2018

I got the turpentine to my lips before I smelled it once. I've learned to keep a lid on my coffee whenever possible.

hankster Level 9 June 4, 2018

It may be hard to tell your paint water from fruit punch at times. 🙂 Unless sprayed like in airbrushing or eaten the paints are rather safe. The chocolate looking umbers and the cadmium reds and yellows should not be used as syrup on ice cream no matter how tasty and tempting they look!


I prefer Ultramarine Blue paint water. That way, I don't get cobalt poisoning hahahaha. You know that's an art joke and I'm kidding. Don't drink the water!?

@pepperjones Yeah! Be careful🙂


It is Art Related if inspired you or if puts you in the mood.


Hahaha, so I'm not the only one to almost dip a brush in my coffee! It hasn't happened yet but I suppose it's only a matter of time.

Bjy001 Level 7 June 4, 2018

So that explain that color I could never achieve ever again in my acuarelas.

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