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How to make anti-Trump protest flags.

Updated on November 12, 2016

The photograph above shows the Anti-Trump Protest Flag.

You don't have to be a very talented artist to paint an Anti-Trump Protest flag on a wall. Almost anyone can do it. The anti-Trump protest flag only requires three colors of paint, you'll need red, white, and blue paint. You may also use a paint roller and a paint brush, almost any kind of paint brush can be used, but you should choose one with stiff bristles, since you'll be painting through a stencil. To make the stencil, get a piece of cardboard and cut a row of triangular holes in it.

First, use the paint roller to paint the entire flag area white, with a good coat of white paint. Then, use the stencil and a stencil brush to paint a row of blue triangles in the upper-left-hand corner of the flag. Repeat this, until the upper-left-hand area of the flag is evenly covered with blue triangles. Finally, use the stencil to paint rows of red triangles, all over the rest of the flag. Now you're done. This flag can be painted on a wall in only a few minutes.

The photograph above shows the Anti-Pence Protest Flag.

Trump is not the only one you should be protesting against, you should also be protesting against the vice-president, whose name is Pence. If Trump is impeached, or if he leaves office for some other reason, then Pence will automatically be promoted to president. To paint an anti-Pence protest flag, start with a paint roller, and paint a rectangular area white. Then, make a stencil from a piece of cardboard, the stencil should have a row of square holes in it. Use a stencil brush with some blue paint to paint a row of blue squares, starting in the upper-left-hand corner of the flag. After the first row of blue squares is painted, paint several more rows of blue squares, until the upper-left-hand portion of the flag is covered. Then, use the stencil brush with some red paint, and paint rows of red squares all over the rest of the flag. When it's finished, it should look like the photo above.

Remember, graffiti art is illegal if you paint on somebody's wall without getting permission first. If you paint something on somebody's wall without getting permission, you can be arrested and charged with vandalism. Be sure you get permission to paint the flags before you start painting.

Anthony Ratkov, November 12, 2016.


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