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I am an aspiring artist. I am currently taking an art course provided at my school, and am regularly seen with some sort of art media at home. I will admit, painting is not my best art form. Well actually, as a kid, I hated it. I am a perfectionist, and it bothered me when a dab of blue went into my red, or some red showed up in my yellow. How did this happen? I used a different paint brush for each color. The colors never touched on my Styrofoam plate. But this year it hit me. I didn't have a proper palette! So, i created one. This palette is perfect for painting a 12 section color wheel. Or, just about anything! Don't let your aspiring artist have their artwork ruined by some old plate!