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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by S2!, Feb 17, 2006.

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  1. Mace

    Mace Senior Member

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    lmfao bahahah tru say do ur own shit
     
  2. Game905

    Game905 Senior Member

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    do your own characters that is all [/b][/quote]
    those are dope
     
  3. Robbie P

    Robbie P Senior Member

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    Too bad they aren't his.
     
  4. Sheek

    Sheek Senior Member

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  5. crozzy

    crozzy Member

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    yo the cuts on the top one are pretty tight but you got a fair bit of overspray
     
  6. AiR

    AiR Senior Member

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    afarm1.static.flickr.com_190_476188630_57563030cb_o.jpg
    Ape, Billi Kid Brand, Icon, Eski, Stove, Josh?, The Fuz, UWP vs. AiR, Bien, Evoker, Nano, Ezeart, Trash, Dough Boy, Caspa, and Tr8.

    afarm1.static.flickr.com_186_476188094_18a32040e2_o.jpg
    Epik, Mecro, Ape, Quin, Ezeart, Mello, Billi Kid Brand, Dough Boy, Josh vs. Bytedust, Brain, Trash, Stove, Ladie Sevo, Eski, Icon, Caspa, Tr8, Evoker, AiR, and The Fuz.

    Ups by me and the Fuz.
     
  7. Learninitup

    Learninitup Senior Member

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    please fuckin take it easy on me, my 1st ever stencil. im still learning how to deal with overspray
    i think its good but then again whenever i think something is good and i post it on here i usually get torn up :( please be nice

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    do you think i should give him a face?or draw my own on.
     
  8. kurug3n

    kurug3n Member

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  9. Learninitup

    Learninitup Senior Member

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    ^ im sorry man but fuckin lame, practice straight up block letters for abit

    ai25.photobucket.com_albums_c62_becominglucid_aight.jpg
    so it doesnt get passed up
     
  10. Aska.

    Aska. Senior Member

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  11. kurug3n

    kurug3n Member

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    alright lol :D i know i suck but i think im doing good on my block letters.
     
  12. Learninitup

    Learninitup Senior Member

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    none has any comments on teh stencil?
     
  13. bountyhunter113

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  14. spuck

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    I'm planning on trying to make a checkered shirt in the style of the hoodie seen here

    [Broken External Image]:http://img1.putfile.com/thumb/2/3219160399.jpg

    and, needless to say, it should prove to be a bit of a challenge. My plan of attack is to somehow procure a large number of uniformly sized, square peices of tape, which I will affix to the shirt in a checkerboard fashion. Then, I will proceed to paint the whole mother fucker black and take the tape off afterwards.

    I was just wondering if:

    A: Anyone has a better idea of how to do this

    and if not

    B: Where I could get a buncha pieces of tape like that, or will I have to use a paper cutter and card stock and then tape each individual square down...
     
  15. kersrone

    kersrone Member

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    Go to an office supply store and see if they have anything along the lines of square pricing labels - sorta like circle ones only square.
    Or perhaps you could just cut up some 228s (if you dont mind using 228s), or some other larger label, with a paper cutter.
    using labels would be alot easier than tape because then the entire backside is sticky.
    Also I would advise using fabric paint instead of spraypaint. Spraypaint really doesnt work that well on fabric, and fabric paint will hold up better anyways. Check out some hobby stores or somewhere for the fabric paint. you will have to brush this on though instead of spraying it.
     
  16. d_g

    d_g Elite Member

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    Spray paint on fabric never seems to work well, washes pretty much straight out.

    Unless you're hard into your DIY shit then just go buy one dude.
     
  17. spuck

    spuck Senior Member

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    ive done spray paint on fabric before and have been pretty satisfied with the outcome. It does kind of fade/wash out to an extent, but it looks alright, it kinda looks cool that way.

    also, i dont want to do fabic paint cuz im not sure the tape is secured enough to withstand brushing without coming off.

    i am pretty hardcore DIY, but on top of that, i dont think anything like what i want exists...
     
  18. Fluffy Bunnies

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  19. icanFLY

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  20. FunkSoul

    FunkSoul Senior Member

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    icanfly..... i'll be one happy kid when your stickers arrive :D
    so cool :)