Where would someone get the time to do this without a teacher finding out though
@BicBoy, I had a teacher that was 10 minutes late to every lesson.
So we would draw incredibly detailed meme pics.
If they weren't rude she'd leave them up all day and sometimes all week.
@add eggs then stir, it's not like anyone uses the blackboard anymore, it's all projectors and shjt
@BicBoy, probably did it the night before and this was the first class of the morning would be my guess
@BicBoy, that's a Japanese school. The teacher move classes instead of the students and when lunch comes around, depending on the school, if students eat in class there is no teacher usually so that would be the perfect time.
If I were a teacher I don't think I could erase this. I would simply use the tiny space left on the board
I mean it sucks that the art is gone, but on the other hand, it would feel amazing to destroy the chalk painting with a single sweep of sponge...
Yea? Well I can kinda draw a stick figure
"Ok class I'm no artist but..."
As an artist, I approve. If that was on my chalk board, that's staying up there till the end of the year.
This triggers me in several ways