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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by S2!, Feb 17, 2006.
that r2d2 is ill
i use old record covers for the smaller ones and bristol board for large.
and for t-shirt prints i use acetate.
i ok not my best tho
why dont you post your best then
inspired by the 7/7 bombings in london:
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nice some people here as i see have got it going on, bruce lee rambo and r2 own all, however ORANGE monkey is dope
plus, im lovin it.
yo fate that shit is bad i like the gundam a lot, i like the letters too. hell yea.
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that phonograph is tight
ive only done like 2 stencils n i wanted to know if u just us e 2 stencils to do 2 colors n how do u keep from smearin the paint when ur lining it up
i dont no i dont do Stencils but after seeing this shit i may start it looks sick
ya can someone tell me how to make 2 coloers in to one Stencils
shit sorry for 2nd post
^thats triple now...
use the edit button
Here's one a friend and I made a while back, the famous Che Trooper stencil
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^^ sick!! nice shit
think you need to cut do different stencils of the same image, but dont do the whole image for either one, then spray them one over the other. Or you could just do the basic outline for a base colour then use the propper stencil over the top (looks like what fate dont with the storm trooper).
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