Yes, that's a check engine light. I now own a VW and was told that I'd have check engine lights every 1000 miles.... It's been a little bit less than 10,000 miles now... no light. I'm still amused by the low washer fluid light and alarm :)
My apologies for the low quality pictures....
Step 1: Tools and Materials
A bit of cardboard or plastic or something to prevent the paint from bleeding through the back
Something to push paint around evenly (a scrip bit of cardboard will work)
Razor knife and cutting board
Step 2: Find an Image and Cut Stencil
Once the stencil is cut to your liking, remove the paper backing and stick the contact paper on your shirt.
Step 3: Apply Paint
Ideally, you only want one coat of paint. But due to my lack of experience, I think I applied too much pressure and didn't leave enough paint behind. So I went for a second coat.
Step 4: Dry and Remove Stencil
Contact paper is not the best solution for crisp clean edges. But it gives fair results as a cheap and quick method to make a design.