How does it work? It's actually pretty simple.
The Amazing Etch A Sketch Man uses a Pocket Etch A Sketch to create Avengers from Hulk to Iron Man to Ms. Marvel and more.
Is this a great country or what? You’ve got to admire the sheer ingenuity that invented Apple computers and Mickey Mouse ears, Coca-Cola and the artificial heart, the telephone and the Etch A Sketch.Those are among the 70 objects in “Inventing in America,” an exhibit produced by the National Museum of American History and the U.S. Show More Summary
Peter Berg Etch A Sketched his Instagram post, which made Caitlyn Jenner look like a joke. Peter was remorseful, saying he meant no harm when he re-posted a meme scoffing at Caitlyn winning the ESPY courage award... showing a soldier with 2 legs…
Want to make a quick buck? Master the Etch A Sketch. Artist Christoph Brown can make a portrait on the drawing toy in just 2 to 5 minutes, then sell it for up to $500. Damn. Check out his merch and services here.
There's a whole bunch of crazy stuff out there on the internet and this time-lapse video of artist George Vlosich III's work is almost unbelievable. Watch, can you see what he is drawing? HE IS SKETCHING LEBRON JAMES ON AN ETCH A SKETCH. He's not using a pencil or chalk. Show More Summary
In 2007, George Vlosich III drew a portrait of LeBron James on an Etch A Sketch and instantly became a YouTube sensation. According to (...)
Some people are just born with incredible talent. For LeBron James, it's playing basketball. For one fan, it's drawing a portrait of LeBron James...on an Etch A Sketch. George Vlosich III, a self-proclaimed Etch A Sketch artist and Cavaliers fan, honored the return of the NBA Finals to Cleveland with the above drawing of his hometown hero. Show More Summary
Leah Hofmann salutes Broadway’s productions of Aladdin and The Lion King with these almost unbelievable Etch A Sketch drawings. (more…)
There are a lot of strange jobs out there, but Bryan Lee Madden may have the sketchiest of all. After perusing a career in comedy writing and a college degree in computer science, Madden is now living out his “Plan C” dreams as an Etch...Show More Summary
Self-portraits Rembrandt painted, sketched, or etched in his lifetime = 80
In the summer of 1940, with England in retreat from mainland Europe and Belgium and France falling under the Nazi shadow, Winston Churchill addressed the British people. "Hitler knows that he will have to break us in this island or lose the war," he said. Show More Summary
Using the Etch A Sketch for drawing or doodling is exactly what the toy was designed for—and it's also what it's completely terrible at. You might as well be tying your hands behind your back when you trade a pencil for a pair of knobs,...Show More Summary
This isn't your typical Etch A Sketch. YouTube link The Presurfer
Excellent stop motion magic combined with domino skills by FlippyKat. (more…)
(YouTube link) Domino artist Flippycat (previously at Neatorama) built a giant Etch-A-Sketch toy out of dominos! Then with a little stop-motion video magic, he illustrates the way you’d draw on a giant domino Etch-a-Sketch. The finished masterpiece is made of dominos, so you know what he did next. Yes, he knocked them all down, and then some. -via Tastefully Offensive
To help promote its online store that sells nothing but tiny plastic bricks, Bulk Dominoes enlisted the help of the extremely patient FlippyCat to build a giant Etch A Sketch that only works through the magic of stop motion. But it's the perfect way to represent just what a pain it is to draw anything recognizable on the classic toy. Read more...
A giant Etch A Sketch looks almost-functional in the new animation from prolific domino artist, FlippyCat. Thanks to some simple stop-motion, nailing the blank indent made by the "cursor," the frustratingly time-consuming drawing process, and even the pleasure of shaking out a masterpiece to start anew are brought to life on a seriously large scale. Show More Summary
YouTube domino enthusiast FlippyCat (previously) created an extremely creative YouTube ad for Bulk Dominoes by building a giant Etch A-Sketch out of 1,500 dominoes, including a moving cursor created using stop-motion animation. Once collapsed, the Etch-A-Sketch leads to an even more detailed second scene featuring a castle built out of 5,000 dominoes.
A Philadelphia-based artist has been using her Etch A Sketch to recreate iconic album covers. Alli Katz (her real name) didn't set out to be an Etch-a-Sketch wizard. But after borrowing her niece's miniature Etch-a-Sketch in high school,...Show More Summary