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Create your own Stencils very easily using Photoshop or GIMP(free) I would love to win this contest so i will never have to cut a stencil again!:D Supplies ...
Start by finding the image that you want to make a stencil out of. This one wasnt the easiest to cut so i would find something simple to ...
Open up Photoshop or GIMP(free) and upload the picture
Search for threshold and click on it. If you cant search it, go to Image>Adjustments>Threshold. Do the same exact thing if you are using GIMP.
after you load it search for Threshold and click on it. Or go to Image>Adjustments>Threshold. When you click on it the image should turn black and white and ...
After your done you should have a nice little black and white stencil. Save the picture then print it.
You should then have a printed copy of your stencil. sorry about the upside down picture, for some reason the website uploaded it like this. Get out a ...
after your done cutting you should have a nice stencil like this. What you will need next is any color spray paint youd like to use, Tape, your ...
Using one piece of tape, tape a sheet of paper to the back of the stencil at the top so it will hold it down and be easier ...
Remove the top stencil and then you have you finished picture! Here are some other stencils that I made.
Chalk Graffitiby evanchip
Stencil Graffiti Art with the Silhouetteby jayme.wood.96
Complete Stencil Tutorial Using a Free Programby JoshuaTerrell
Design your own logo and make a painting stencilby LifeWarrior
Everything I Know About Stencilsby Chuck Stephens
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