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An electric guitar made from 1,200 colored pencils

How do you transform 1200 colored pencils into an electric guitar? Epoxy resin, lots of milling, cutting, drilling, and sanding, some wood filler, spray enamel, protective face masks, diligence, and patience. YouTuber Burls Art shares each step of his experimental craft project in this video, including how the finished product sounds.

color pencil guitar
color pencil guitar
Related making videos: Turning a brick of melted crayons on the lathe, the art of Japanese marquetry, how pencils are made at the Derwent Pencil Factory, and A Sketchy History Of Pencil Lead.

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