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« on: March 05, 2005 06:01:33 PM »

Hey, i was wondering if any of you have made bridges with spray paint that you fixed up later. i'm not sure i could do this with spray paint, because it would overlap. i've been working on this stencil for a while and there really is no convienent place to put a bridge that i COULDN'T fix later(like sneaking a little white inbetween the lines and leaving it), because the outlines are so thick.see how his face in encircled in hair and a chin-shadow.


sorry for going on, any suggestions??? THANK YOU Smiley this shirt's really important to me.

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thanks geewhiz Smiley here's a pic.the white is the paper and the black in what i am going to cut out. see how his face would not be connected? usually i'd just put a bridge there and fix it up afterwards, but can you do this with spray paint(on fabric)?
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« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2005 09:19:29 PM »

I think if you could post a picture of your stencil? maybe alot more people could help you cause i've been stencilin for awhile and have no clue what your tryin to ask...could be that im just horribly tired too..but yeah rock on \m/
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