This is a 1937 Underwood Standard typewriter with each key covered in a different colored paint. It was created by Tyree Callahan to make painting as simple as typing. Which, I don't know if you've ever done it before, IS HARD/ See? That was supposed to be a peirod.
Chromatic Typewriter lets you paint a masterpiece like an author [dvice]
Thanks to bb, who only paints in the nude. Whoa whoa whoa -- when and were?! BECAUSE I WILL BE THERE WITH BELLS ON. And ONLY bells. *wink* Okay, and running shoes.
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, how often do you have to refill the paint on each letter?
, i kinda wanna try that
, i only do body paint
, i'm a L337 typist i swear
, not a bad idea
, not bad
, oh man i can bust out upwards of like 20 words a minute (but only because that's as fast as my brain can think)
, remember when you were a good fingerpainter? neither does anybody else!