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« on: April 25, 2007 10:08:26 PM »

I think this is too late due to the time zones. (Damn, those time zones always get me.) But here is my entry:

The Rowdy Vamp Stencil. I was flipping though some tattoo magazines, looking for some ideas, I saw a crown, and knew exactly what I wanted to do.

Here is the actual stencil:
Can you tell it's a crown? I used my screen name (Rowdy Vamp) in some cool tattoo-style letters, some super cool spider webs, stars, and a crown.

I don't know what to put it on yet so here she is spray painted onto a piece of paper:

What do you think? Done with an x-acto knife and pencil, drawn on an ice-cream cone box.

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« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2007 06:54:11 AM »

I just helped out with a stencil, and one thing that was suggested was that we use spray adhesive to get crisper lines.  The problem with that is that you used cardboard...we had this thick, plastic material...something along those lines may help make the lines cleaner, though Smiley

We also got a box the same size as the stencil to put around it, preventing the spray paint getting outside the borders of the stencil.

Anyways, Fantastic job!

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« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2007 06:59:12 AM »

I'm so amazed at stencily because i think it looks soooooooooooooooo hard. ANd all i want to do is stnecil all these old shirts i have that may have a stain or two to hide lol.
Good job i love how it came together

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