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1  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Discussion and Questions / Cowboys! on: November 08, 2004 09:59:20 PM
I've decided for my next painting project I am going to use my art projector to project stencils of some Western film actors up onto some canvas and paint 'em. 

Two decisions:
Do I go with three Western icons (I was thinking Clint Eastwood, John Wayne, and Lee Marvin, or James Garner), or with The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly?

While we are at it, anybody happen to have any stencils of these guys kicking around? Cheesy 
I have lost access to Photoshop for now and so have been trying to do it with that program called The Gimp (to make the stencils) but have been having no luck.

Thanks,
Dave
2  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Discussion and Questions / Miscellaneous Stencils for all on: July 25, 2004 04:14:23 PM
I am not sure what I am going to do with these, yet.  I was just trying to make some stencils and came up with these.  See who you recognize!

http://daviddrysdale.net/Stencils/brandostencil.jpg
http://daviddrysdale.net/Stencils/doc_holliday_stencil.gif
http://daviddrysdale.net/Stencils/nataliestencil.jpg
http://daviddrysdale.net/Stencils/thomstencils.gif
http://daviddrysdale.net/Stencils/wyattstencil.gif


(In case you didn't get them, they are Marlon Brando, Doc Holliday, Natalie Portman, Thom Yorke, and Wyatt Earp  Grin
3  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / AAAH! Art Projector! on: December 03, 2003 08:06:01 PM
I ordered an Artograph Jr Art Projector online last week and it arrived today.  I was quite excited, and had an old superman comic cover that I printed off the net that I wanted to draw out huge for some new art for my wall.  Had the thing on for less than five minutes and it died!  Can't get it to work at all.  I tried replacing the bulb but no luck...  

Sad

Any ideas?  I think it may have over-heated but I don't know why it would have.  Like I said, it was on for maybe three or four minutes-- just long enough for me to adjust the projection to the size/orientation that I liked.
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