Cutting and using a stencil made of thick foil
Hosted by @einebiene on 2017-03-22 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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To make a stencil you need
- a motif
- thick foil/cardboard/metal sheet
- sharp knife/scalpel
To use a stencil:
- sponge/spray can
- a surface to put it on
- Find a motif or make your own
- Copy/print motif on thick foil
- Cut out the black parts carefully
- Tape stencil to surface
- Apply paint with sponge
- Carefully take off stencil
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Comment #1 posted on 2017-03-22T00:49:22Z by Clinton Roy
This was great! thank you for uploading.
Comment #2 posted on 2017-03-22T22:50:20Z by Bob Jonkman
Hi @EineBiene: Do you have a template file for that Anarchist Carrot image? An .svg or an .xcf or an .odg, or even a .pdf?
Comment #3 posted on 2017-03-22T23:54:48Z by einebiene
German Download Page
here's a German Download page for political art stencils, the carrot is among them: https://kreaktivisten.org/downloadbereich/stencils/#umwelt
Comment #4 posted on 2017-03-23T00:24:35Z by brian
food not bombs
that is one of the "Food Not Bombs" logos
Comment #5 posted on 2017-03-23T01:23:35Z by ph
Sehr gut! Danke!
Comment #6 posted on 2017-03-23T04:03:24Z by b-yeezi
Welcome new host!
Thanks for the new episode. It was well done and easy to follow. The process you described reminded me of a silk screening class I took long ago. I think I will try this out some time soon. Keep the episodes coming!
Comment #7 posted on 2017-03-24T02:56:06Z by Bob Jonkman
Thanx for the link, @EineBiene! There are a lot of good designs (motifs) on that page!
Comment #8 posted on 2017-03-30T19:49:55Z by droops
I am doing this with the kids tonight. My wife has a Cricut but its way more fun using knifes!
Comment #9 posted on 2017-04-03T09:30:12Z by Mikael
Nice episode, Biene.
And congratulations to your first HPR contribution! :)
Comment #10 posted on 2017-04-03T22:25:26Z by @eineBiene
Thank you all for your comments. This is really encouraging. :-)
Comment #11 posted on 2017-04-23T14:21:42Z by rtsn
Just wanted to say I really enjoyed this episode. Will try to make my own someday. Good episode and I hope to hear more from you in the future :)
Comment #12 posted on 2017-07-11T18:56:20Z by admin
Nice episode, Biene.
And congratulations to your first HPR