Put the record on a turntable - preferably a variable speed one, Sean Zeph says. Select a speed, turn it on, and paint the record as it spins. “Use it kind of like a potter’s wheel and apply the paint that way,” Zeph says.
Put the record on a turntable - preferably a variable speed one, Sean Zeph says. Select a speed, turn it on, and paint the record as it spins. “Use it kind of like a potter’s wheel and apply the paint that way,” Zeph says. JULI LEONARD jleonard@newsobserver.com
Put the record on a turntable - preferably a variable speed one, Sean Zeph says. Select a speed, turn it on, and paint the record as it spins. “Use it kind of like a potter’s wheel and apply the paint that way,” Zeph says. JULI LEONARD jleonard@newsobserver.com

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