So I have a few finished projects to share, all of which I did using my favorite toy- freezer paper!
Firstly, I don't know if anyone here is a Saturday Night Live fan, but in December John Malkovich hosted and there was a sketch about two kids who want a calculator for Christmas. Basically what it boiled down to was Fred Armisen and John Malkovich saying "calculator" over and over in Christopher Walken-esque voices.
(here's a link to the NBC website if you're curious: http://www.nbc.com/Saturday_Night_Live/video/clips/calculator/866362/ )
It's a children's size shirt, so I figure even if you don't get the SNL reference, you can still put it on a kid who likes math.
Nextly I have some shirts I made for my improv comedy group. We're named 'The Francis Bacon Experiment' so I was toying around with some ideas, and decided to try my hand at making my own stencil...
I used this picture:
And came up with this shirt:
I'm really happy with how it came out, I've never really made a stencil before, so this was like a huge deal for me.
The lettering is a bit off, and honestly no two of the shirts are identical, but it works since the group is named 'experiment' why should we all be the same? *shrug*
Lastly is a project I just came up with looking at the stencils I have saved on my computer from spraypaintstencils.com
I call it 'Why The Dinosaurs REALLY Went Extinct'
Details of the Dinosaurs:
Details of the UFOs:
There is also one more ufo on the right sleeve, I had so much fun making this one I almost couldn't stop tweaking it. I'm happy with where it is now though.
Thanks for Looking!!