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21  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Discussion and Questions / REALLY good stencil images on: January 01, 2006 11:49:09 PM
Sorry, so sorry, if this has been mentioned elsewhere, or everybody knows about it already, but i looked through the archives and didn't see it and definitely wanted to share.  Anyway, if you're looking for pictures of people (bands of the 60s, 70s, 80s, etc, movie stars, etc) take a clickety wander over to www.djtees.com/tshop/store   where you will find a plethora of thumbnail images with the perfect look of a stencil.  But that's not all....ohhhh ho ho no.  Click upon the desired thumbnail, and you will see an array of shirts...disappointed? don't be...click on one of the shirts (any one of them, don't be shy) and you will be presented with a perfect black and white stencil image.  Now wasn't that worth all that work?   Wink
22  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / okay, here's a little more on: November 28, 2005 05:00:00 PM
so, I rent, and don't stay anywhere terribly long so I generally keep things fairly quick and easy (see my simple star, if you don't believe me).  Here's a couple of other things  I snapped pictures of in my house. #1, my front room, which is filled with e. gorey drawings that i white-glued to the wall (there's loads more, but here's just a few)
Over the door frame:


Over the window frame:


and above an outlet:


And in the livingroom, one wall was really rough and had tons of picture holes and stuff, so I papered over it in strips of brown kraft paper, again with a white glue and water mixture. You can also see the pieces of trim i screwed to the wall on the right to display records


It can all be taken down if the next renters don't like it, and was pretty simple to do.  There ya be.
23  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / one simple little star on: November 28, 2005 04:38:59 PM
okay so relative to most of the stuff in this thread, this is so little and all, but it makes me happy so i'm sharing it...it's one of two stars stencilled up in the corners of my kitchen, and humm, what more can i say?



the plant is on top of my fridge. that's all, bada-boom. Wink
24  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / hyper for herringbone on: November 28, 2005 04:31:07 PM
so, mm-hmm...i had some herringbone tweed pants with a sizing issue and a torn leg.  Snippety-snip, zip-zap and all that, and ...Voila!  My own version of a straightforwardly cute little wallet, and a record purse (as made by eight million other people here, but i don't care, i like it  Wink)

the wallet, closed:


and opened, with money pouch and little card pockets:


the record bag, with corduroy and electrical tape skull&bones:


and a close-up (oo, aahhh  Cheesy) of the zipper closure:


i love tweed, and now i hope you do too.
25  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Hedwig and the Humpicorns on: November 28, 2005 04:18:45 PM
Hell's bells, i've been stencilling up a storm lately, and not getting pictures of all the projects, but i did capture these two because i'm pretty pleased with them.  Hedwig is a fairly straightforward stencil image of the movie logo done in gold (as opposed to the traditional sparkly red)



and the dear old humpicorns, whose image i stole unabashedly from threadless but which gets me the funniest looks when i wear it so i'm distracted from the guilt of my heinous theft  Wink hope you like

26  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Completed Projects / Lady Divine and Mistah Cash on: November 28, 2005 04:10:07 PM
Here's my first couple of transfer projects, using avery dark transfer paper, which i am now officially in love with.  Cheesy

Here's Johnny (with some sketchy stencilling added) on a hoodie pocket



and the delightfully disgusting Divine, on a pink tank top



I'm especially happy with the red sparkly border.  Hope you like them!
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