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31  So don't get mad at me if I want yet another stencil... in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by xstillxherex72 on: July 20, 2005 06:08:30 PM
but i just don't got the software! please help.
oh, and also, if you know any stencil letter sites, let me know, k?\

ok, so i want one of these pics of Animal done, because I play the drums, and animal plays drums, so I'm gonna incorporate something about that into there.


i would prefer this one cause i can always add a checkered back ground with a multi layered multi colored stencil

but this one would be a-ok too:


i dunno how easy it would be to make stencils cause of all his little fuzz, but, please try!

much love
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32  More Alice In Wonderland in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by xstillxherex72 on: July 20, 2005 05:12:49 PM
Hey,
I know how kind the craftsters here are, and I know i've asked already for a stencil, but since I don't have the software, can someone, anyone, please make these into 'real stencils' (you know, the type i can cut out without any "islands") but if thats asking too much...whatever.
 so,  here are the pics: (i am in love with the cheshire cat!:)


as well:


and for a skirt, if possible:


yes, i know that there is already a post about Alice in Wonderland, but that is about Alice, so, here's a post  for Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, and of course, the Cheshire Cat.
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33  Re: Earlobe Stretching: Pictures? in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by xstillxherex72 on: July 12, 2005 11:48:11 AM
yes, i agree with cutewhenyouscream. you should research alot before you start asking her. i had to. and start off small. i starrted by going to get a 14ga (bellybutton barbel) pushed through my ear professionally. then i gradually (about every 3-6 months) started to use tapers to get it bigger. now i'm at a 4gauge. but you shouldn't use plastic. because when i went to Krystal Blade Paarlour, they said that plastic just sorta helps spread infections, (which i get alot. hahaha.)
so here is a pic of when i had 6 guage done:


and here is 2guage plugs im planning on getting done soon:


and here is my 14guage barbell i used at first (bought at Claires I think)


and my 4 guage taper(you should always leave your tapers in for at least a month before changing to plugs):


and finally, my 4guage plugs i have now:


My mom used to be stritcly against it, but that was before she knew about the sizes. She just automattically thought that stretched ears meant huge gaping holes. My advice: take her to the parlour with you and when you buy the tapers you get. If you get tapers any bigger than 14ga, get it professionally done. Research on bmezine and other website resources. What I did was found out the diameter of each size and drew it out. Mom was surprised.
Luck!

much love
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34  Bloody 'Ell! Union Jack Shoes! in Shoes: Completed Projects by xstillxherex72 on: July 09, 2005 01:05:10 PM
Here are some old shoes I got from Payless. Actually, not that old. Anyways, I got them because my friend thinks they look cool with striped socks, which I must say, they do. But since summer is coming up, I don't want to be stuffed in them. So I painted Union Jacks on them.  if anyone finds it offensive that I used purple & green instead of red and blue, a)i didn't have red and blue and b)its 'abstract'. hahaha.

oh, and I used Window Writers. They actually work really good. Just don't wear them on a wet day.

And...sorry bout the bad pics. I used my webcam, instead of the digital camera, because the stupid battery is dying...yet again..



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35  Hey, can anyone make me a stencil RIGHT NOW?! in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by xstillxherex72 on: July 09, 2005 11:31:21 AM
Yes, I've been on stnclrevolution and I looked at their tut for stencil making, but I dont have the software, so I was wondering if anyone could make me a stencil out of this pic:


or this one:


it doesnt matter how simple it is, just as long as you see their definite features and can tell (sorta) who they are. well, actualy, their A Screenplay Reality, my favorite band ever!!

If you do make the stencil just post it under here or email it to me at ankster@hotmail.com">fat_lip_original_pr ankster@hotmail.com, but I'd prefer posting it. Thanks so much!!
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36  Re: Lip Tatoo? in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by xstillxherex72 on: July 08, 2005 04:54:29 PM
wow, i've been amazing wanting one forever, i first started when i saw Brandon's from The Used, and ever since i've wanted one. I'm thinking about a straight edge one.
this is one that i like quite abit that i probably found on bmezine
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37  Anti - President Bush Shirt in Stenciling: Completed Projects by xstillxherex72 on: July 08, 2005 12:36:15 PM
For those politically active, peace lovers, or protesters, heres a shirt for you.
I found this stencil at www.freewebs.com/stencilry2/a.htm under the political ones. I loved it, because I'm mega anti-war, anti-authority, etc.

(oh and i apologize for crappy photos)

http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b394/xstillxherex72/bushandcrossbones.gif
this was the original stencil that I printed out.



this was the finished product, hanging up, far away. the shirt that its on is from a Frenchie's, and it has front ruching, which i find cool Cheesy




and this is a closeup of the stencil. though it didnt turn out the greatest, im pretty happy with it, and i'd give it probably a 7 to a 8 out of 10. One thing that made it difficult was that there is a wrinkle through some of his hair, from where the hem for the arm hole is. Ah well. And I don't know why the stencil didn't turn out how it looked on the paper.

Comments, criticism, etc. would be appreciated.
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38  Auto-Pilot Off Shirt Re-con in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by xstillxherex72 on: July 01, 2005 02:21:46 PM
Hey! I got this Autopilot Off shirt at a Frenchies (amazing find, I know) but I guess it was supposed to be a guy's fit. So I femenized it. Off of the site that I got the instructions from, it looked like this:
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b394/xstillxherex72/shirt.jpg
please note this is not me.

so this is what it came out as:



back:


sleeve:

the pic doesnt come up very good. the sleeve is actually split open, and there is a tie on it.

lying flat: (neckline)
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b394/xstillxherex72/Picture021.jpg

soo..comments? criticism? thanks!
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39  Zebra Striped Sandals - VERY IMG HEAVY - Tut in Shoes: Completed Projects by xstillxherex72 on: July 01, 2005 01:58:46 PM
I'm not sure if this should be in reconstructed, but hey, whatever.

So anyways, I'm in love with zebra striped stuff. And I have these really old sandals that my friends have a habit of calling "those ugly old wind-mill sandals." so, my friends hate them, hahaha. So I decided to put the two together. And here we have the sandals. Actually I began to do one at like 3 o'clock one night, with my sock, cause I could'nt use anything else. So here is the tut! (As if one is needed  Huh )

OK. So here is what it looked like before: (This is the sandal that I did in the morning, not at night time. So theres the explanation for the light.)
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b394/xstillxherex72/686c4d83.jpg


So start off by painting on your base coat. I put a sock over my hand and put blobs of my fabric paint onto the sandal and rubbed it around. Some of the paint leaked through into the sock and got on my fingers, but it washed off easy.
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b394/xstillxherex72/a6402580.jpg


So there you go. Ya got your base coat all done. The windmills on the sandal that I used were sorta texturized or raised or whatever, so I like how there is texture in it, but if you don't, choose a flat sandal.
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b394/xstillxherex72/dfd87201.jpg

Now do your design on the bottom of the sandal. I chose red squiggles. You don't have to do this. But you can only feel it alittle. Not sure about sweat issues yet though.
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b394/xstillxherex72/e9b4b395.jpg

Now outline your stripes. I did about 5 or 6 stripes outlined, colored them in, did another set, etc.
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b394/xstillxherex72/b4df3354.jpg

After I was done doing all the filling in the stripes, it came out like this:
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b394/xstillxherex72/b4df3354.jpg

OK! so the only last thing you have to do it border around the stripes with the same color you used as the squiggles on the bottom. I used red for snazziness.


There! Fini!



Ok, so go enjoy them! I did...for a day. I wore them to a party but didn't leave til midnight so I couldn't find one of them out on the lawn in the darkness. So I have one at home and one at my friends house. Boo hoo.

Thanks for looking! That took more time than I thought it would! The pictures better work.

Comments? Criticism?

(please excuse the hole in the toe on one of the sandals. I told you they were old.)
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