HomeArticlesTrying a 200 Year Old ART Tool?! Trying a 200 Year Old ART Tool?! By Frank Lundy September 30, 2019 Articles, Blog 100 Comments Tags:$200 art, 200 year old art tool, ancient art tools, art, ART HACK, art tool, artist tool, bizarre art tools, camera lucida, chloe rose, chloe rose art, chloe rose art strange art supplies, instagram ads, LUCY drawing tool, painting, rarest paint colors, strange art supplies, strange art supplies you can find online, strangest art, testing art hacks, testing art supplies, testing the rarest art tool, that, the, tracing art projector, trying viral art hacks, viral art, viral art tools, you Related Posts Art Zoom: Maggie Rogers x Vincent Van Gogh The Spirit of God – LDS Hymn and Artwork 6 Nail Art Designs Nail Tutorial Using Toothpick as a Dotting Tool About Author admin 100 Comments Chloe Rose Art September 28, 2019 Would anyone like to see me attempt Inktober every day in October and then review how I did at the end of the month? Give this video a thumbs up to let me know if this is something you'd like to see! Reply Destiny Handley September 29, 2019 Tbh I had a kids version when I was younger and it worked so much better than that 😂. Pretty sure it was way cheaper as well Reply Shehla Raja September 29, 2019 Crayola has a craft kit like this Reply Flaminia Zilletti September 29, 2019 To me the "old masters" aren't really those who lived in the 19th century. 200 years is not actually that much time. But it's just my opinion Reply Nethyy Artz September 29, 2019 If you are reading this god bless you and your family 💖hope you are successful in life ❤️❤️ 👈Small artist here show some luv Reply Artzmazter Syakirah September 29, 2019 You’re so funny , i love this video Reply Doowop Dinosaur September 29, 2019 I actually loved the wix add 😂 Reply V September 29, 2019 Reality of whats its like to have siblings #relatable Reply Victoria E September 29, 2019 Please tell me you returned that and got your money back?! Reply StarkaFolke September 29, 2019 Chole i now goth Reply Renae C September 29, 2019 Would it maybe work better if you adjusted the lighting in you room? 🤔 Reply Jade Bennet September 29, 2019 More sponsored skits please. Reply Mercurial Fox September 29, 2019 It's interesting but it does look like it might be more hassle then help, although I do kind of want to try it out myself now lol I agree with it being something you wouldnt want to rely on though! Reply Sarahsays 2 September 29, 2019 It’s basically an extra fancy digi-draw, which was my favorite thing on the planet when I was 8 Reply Roro 88 September 29, 2019 Recently ive learnt about prisms in my physic classes… and im pretty sure that what it is Reply Wagwan It’s Bonbon September 29, 2019 I think this would be a brilliant tool for beginner painters! The most important part of setting up to succeed with a painting is getting proportions right and giving yourself a good outline to work from. With one of these you’re not trying to paint well inside an already screwed up outline haha, when I was first learning that was one of the most frustrating things, I couldn’t even work on good painting technique because from the get go it was already bad Reply Elliotto September 29, 2019 Was there not a remake of this from like 2007 that was probs £20? 😂 Reply Rebecca Torresan September 29, 2019 Wish has a cheap version of this for mobile phn images i have purchased it. Reply Mmm Bacon grease September 29, 2019 You said you can’t expect people to wait that long well that’s wrong people getting their portrait taken models people like this yeah they kinda have to wait a while Reply Taracinablue September 29, 2019 I hope you returned it/got your money back–doesn't look like you're planning on using it again, and it costs way more than it's worth. "No one can sit still that long" I mean, Victorians were pretty hardcore… Reply Dolyttle September 29, 2019 Should have used a plant Chloe instead of your brother lol ^.~ Reply Fearne Van Beek September 29, 2019 'So that I am… cool… ok lets move on'so relatable ily chloe! Reply Luella Loves September 29, 2019 There actually is a kid one called super graph it’s really good I have it Reply yukidogzombie September 29, 2019 so it's a $120 crayola sketch wizard also great video Reply Pufoșel September 29, 2019 I'm like vix Reply Pufoșel September 29, 2019 I opsss Reply emma patros September 29, 2019 Finally somebody tried this i keep getting ads for it Reply Mikael September 29, 2019 Thx for the vid chloe is was great Reply Katie Kates September 29, 2019 This reminds me of something I had when I was younger…. I think it was called digi-draw? Reply heyimgreen September 29, 2019 see guys, she isn't turning into an art subscription box unboxing channel. Reply mARTa Kyam September 29, 2019 What template did you use for your portfolio page Reply ezmoos September 29, 2019 Watch the documentary Tim’s Vermeer Reply アクアAxoaura September 29, 2019 One of the coolest inventions And its made 200 years ago? w o w. Reply Tina Thevarge September 29, 2019 Lol, there’s an app for that 📲 that works on the same idea and you can use photo reference. I think it was $4. I'm not an artist, but I’m a crafter learning leather tooling and the app Camera-Lucida is a great tool to help with tracing designs onto leather without having to print it off. I had looked at this mirror tool but couldn’t justify shelling out that much on a tracing aid. Reply bry S September 29, 2019 Her brother is cute as fuck Reply Neena Jaydon September 29, 2019 If you need more practice drawing bears, I bet you could get inspired by the show Wild Bear Rescue, or the rescue itself (Northern Lights Rescue), which post a lot of great shots of bears on their FB. Reply Ramayana Roxas September 29, 2019 I disagree about the tracing but ok Reply madhu madhu September 29, 2019 I would not buy/use it because I have already developed a art style 🐻 Reply Oranges' n' Grievers September 29, 2019 Motherfuxker I've been wondering how they all did such good portraiture. Y'all fucking tracing 😂 Reply Arielle Binette September 29, 2019 This is an amazing drawing tool when you know how to use it. They used to go for 80$ Reply Alisraa Mohammed September 29, 2019 Wene I went to the store with my mom I saw water color paint and my mom said nooooooo!!! And I want too be a disngner wene I grow up bth R.I.P me getting what’re color paint:( Reply karolina September 29, 2019 not gonna lie lucy looks like one of those really old class projectors where the teacher puts a piece of paper on it and there's like three different mirrors that project it on the wall Reply Josh Hammond September 29, 2019 Congrats on being cool now! Reply Megan Barker September 29, 2019 Chloe: It works so, good enoigh Reply Connel Whitemane September 29, 2019 I used this back in grade school and yes it does work Reply Лена Котова September 29, 2019 ohhhhhh my art class teacher would definitely hate this tool Reply me me September 29, 2019 I need ur brother in more videos 😂😂😂😂😂 Reply Richard Harris September 29, 2019 You don't need to spend that amount. 1. You can make this. 2 You can do much the same thing by standing a sheet of glass or Acrylic upright. Put your paper on your side and the thing you want to draw on the other side. look through the glass and you see bothe the object and your hand/pencil. cost almost zero Reply Kikus Hll September 29, 2019 There´s an app that does the same job. It´s called Da Vinci Eye Reply Ty Delbarrio September 29, 2019 Ur brother is adorable 😍 Reply Amy Sue West September 29, 2019 Thank you for testing this. I kind of wondered if it was an overhyped piece of junk. I, personally, just my own opinion, believe it is overpriced and not really worth it. Reply ARDrawsStuff September 29, 2019 I never understood ripped jeans. It's like people who don't do hard work dressing like they do. Reply dragonlord0666 September 29, 2019 I had one of hose as a kid, cost about £10, was a small A5 sheet of plastic with a stand. worked better than that £124 one LOLpossibly make one with a sheet of glass and a 3d printed stand for about £10-20 depending on glass used – could even reuse old glass from a photo frame Reply Fat Hippocampus September 29, 2019 good enoigh. Reply Mimyakko September 29, 2019 Chloe you should try the Curly Girl Method on your hair!! Your already looks nice but trying that method would really transform your curls Reply Lurking Celezoo September 29, 2019 Sooo what I’m gathering here is that this is ideal for drawing inanimate objects and corpses- Reply Mimyakko September 29, 2019 I've been seeing the ads for this thing on YouTube when I watch art videos. I didn't think it would be so expensive lol Reply Laura Cardillo September 29, 2019 Omg I'm studying it in school and I was having a really tough time understanding how this thing works, thank you so much!!! Reply RazDazThem September 29, 2019 This was really interesting video… Kinda works like a light projection box… Reply Diane O September 29, 2019 2 lessons learned. 1. Never have a sibling pose for you. 2. Learn how to draw without using expensive tools. Reply Lucero Hernandez September 29, 2019 Is there not a Crayola product that does the exact same thing that's not 100 dollars? Jk I know there is cause I has one Reply Carly Charlesworth September 29, 2019 'Karen…Karen?' My only question is this. Why didn't she ask 'Karen' to sit for her? Hahaha Reply NoxidiumMonster September 29, 2019 pretty sure you had it upside down Reply Jenna Gets Creative September 29, 2019 I would argue that it is for masterpieces in that you get an accurate base very quickly, and from there you do the rest of the work. I know plenty of professional artists who will trace that much just to start out with a solid foundation to the sketch layer in a lot less time. Relying on tracing rather than working on your skills is bad. Finding a tool to speed up something you can do without the tool is good, and smart. Reply pridler85 September 29, 2019 How about one that use the phone to reflect an image on glas Reply Yara Rivera September 29, 2019 Oh hey, look. My favorite Amazon unboxing channel Reply suus msp September 29, 2019 Hi chloe what kind of pencil are gou sketsing with? Btw love this video ❤️ Reply Katherine Bordier September 29, 2019 Your brothers hot! XD That product lookd like it was useful back in the day before cameras were readily accessible. Reply Saffirance September 29, 2019 I got one for Chrismas. It's not easy to use. The lighting in the room must be dark with a spot light on your subject matter. I have used it once just to try it out. It's not great. The app is much better for just 3 dollars. You need some sort of tool to hold your phone. Still not so easy but easier. Reply Saffirance September 29, 2019 They are made with dinky plastic. Not at all worth the money Reply LadebalkenTV September 29, 2019 This thing is really expensive. Get someone with a 3d printer to make that plastic thing with the mirror and get yourself some proper stand and you still go for less than 40 bucks. Well I don't know what mirrors cost maybe we speak about 50 bucks mirrors are expensive as hell after all. Reply Crafty Kid September 29, 2019 Your brother is a snack and half… Great video! 😊 Reply Not Me September 29, 2019 I tried the home made version of this and was not impressed. It’s like trying to learn to draw with your left hand if you are right handed. Total a different talent then normal drawing. Glad I decided not to buy this. Reply Jessica Shippee September 29, 2019 Check out an app called DVM. It uses the phone camera and puts a photo you take- transparent over your work surface. You see your hand on the screen drawing through ghosted image. Same concept just more modern but from a photo, not a live sitter Reply what is that??? September 30, 2019 Amazan (I’m sorry 😐) Reply Meow Unicorn September 30, 2019 Damn. Your brother tho. He’s so beautiful. 😍😍😍 Reply Pink’s Lion September 30, 2019 Does anyone know where Chloe got the stitch reading the book on her shelf? I need one 😂 Reply darkenmarr September 30, 2019 Uh….. am I cool than? I've never been called cool in my life and I've always warn ripped jeans and black nails….. Reply Laura Lomeli September 30, 2019 I wouldn't pay a dime for what it is Reply Sarah Sears September 30, 2019 Can we take a moment to appreciate the brother's shirt. Reply Sofi Isabel September 30, 2019 Bro my teachers had like bigger versions of these in school. Also yknow. Projectors. Except better quality. And you don’t have to look through them for the image to be projected. And I can assure you you can get a decent mini projector for less than this Reply Stephen Bailey September 30, 2019 How would this be cheating? All good artists trace their reference photos. Not cheating. It's utilizing tools. It's not a shortcut to trace or project your reference drawing Reply cybersekkin September 30, 2019 Seems easier to take a photo, print it out on paper, and use a light table. Reply Om yn September 30, 2019 Thank you! I was wondering about how that thing really worked for a "real" (cool) person. <3 Reply Cel September 30, 2019 HAHA first of all intro on point but you were always cool Chloe!! 🥰 Reply Coloring With D September 30, 2019 Deems like way too much money for IT. Reply Karto September 30, 2019 Helo thair Reply MilouLois September 30, 2019 your brother is cute Reply Wasif Tasmiya September 30, 2019 At 9:46 in the video the audio goes bad Reply 方舜淇FONG SHUN KI September 30, 2019 you know there is a cheaper one in toys or us and it is bigger and works better Reply Janet Baker September 30, 2019 Thank you so much darling for reviewing this for us. I was going to buy one of those and now I have changed my mind it doesn't seem worth the money. Not for any more than I would use it. Reply 5000 subs only commenting ! September 30, 2019 It isn't drawing if you use that tool..its rendering Reply STICKGIRL ANIMATION September 30, 2019 Damn the video is demonitized Reply Eleonora - Lydia Choursoulidou September 30, 2019 Personally, I wouldn't use something like this, because I think that once you learn the rules of perspective, then drawing correctly comes almost instinctively to you from then on and you can correct your own mistakes. But you need practice in order to get to that point. So, it is important to spend those hours and even make mistakes at first, because through those mistakes you will be able to learn how to draw correctly without even needing a reference photo. Reply Gekko Berry September 30, 2019 It's just a tool to get the proportions correct quickly. Plenty of professional artists trace by using photos or tools like when doing realistic portraiture where it's super important to get proportions right. Not cheating, just a tool. The rest is in the rendering anyway. Reply Avellania September 30, 2019 It looks a bit like the top part of an overhead projektor. Reply Yaeli H. September 30, 2019 I think an LED light pad would achieve the same purpose of this product but even better, they are a lot cheaper (they range from $10- $53 dollars depending the size) and more convenient in my opinion. You may not be able to draw straight off of life but if u take a picture of what you want to draw, print it out and then you’ll be able to trace it on the light board which essentially is what this product was attempting. Hope I helped someone Reply Mary Henderson September 30, 2019 Very interesting gadget you used in this video. I agree it’s very over priced. Did you leave a review, from where you purchased it? Reply nalex 9617 September 30, 2019 this literally takes away the purpose of drawing lol Reply Michelle Petrovich September 30, 2019 I’m so glad you reviewed this Chloe!!!! I have wondered if this thing was …. not worth the hefty price tag 🏷 from what I saw it’s not. If I could find a cheaper version just so I could give it a try. I would do that just to try it out but I’m not dropping $127 on that. Also I’d love to see you do Inktober this year. I may unofficially give it a try (I’ve never done it before) . I really enjoyed this video I have been sick so took me a little longer to get around to watching it. WORTH THE WAIT!!!! Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.