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1  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Discussion and Questions / Obscure Stencil requests on: September 26, 2007 09:37:49 AM
So, I don't have the required programs to make these photos into stencils. I've searched just about everywhere, and I can't find them/ don't think I ever will find them. So here are the pictures...


As I am a fan of Encino Man. Who isn't? I don't need the top caption, the background, or the bottem title and caption. Jus thtem pretty much.



Guillermo! Gotta love a parking lot security guard turned lipton-worth actor. Just his head is needed.

Thanks so much in advance!  Wink
2  CLOTHING / Shoes: Completed Projects / From blah to BAM! : The journey of the navy heels on: August 18, 2007 04:57:15 PM
Well, I've been wanting to do this for a few years, but because my feet are just so oddly sized and shaped, I can never find any heels that really fit right. Until now.

The other day at Salvo's I came upon these sad outadated heels for the unbeatable price of $4.99! Woo-ee, I couldn't pass it up. So I took them home and worked a little magic with some spary paint we had laying around. I must say, I did get a little carried away with the angles and rhinestones and can't say that I updated them. But at least now they've got some pizzazz.

They're all varnished and ready for the rain. Not Tthe best job, but they're good enough for me. I wish I would've played up the scalloped edging a little more with some swirls or something versus the sharp lines, but theres always a next time.

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Thanks for looking. First post! Woot!
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