Graffiti however cool it may be, is frowned upon by the man, so if you do decided to display your artwork publicly or spruce up the boring neighborhood you should do it in a way that's easy, quick, and simple. That's where my invention comes into play.

Step 1: Welcome

Welcome to the brand new world of 3d printed stencils.
     By printing your stencils via a 3d printing service instead of cutting them out laboriously like some dolt, you can have razor sharp edges and a wide range of designs. Plus the stencils you produce will be strong, sturdy and dam impressive.     

What the spray can stencil attachment will allow is for you to take your artwork to a whole new level, via 3d printing and a free modeling program called blender.
<p>I am confused. In your title, &quot; ... an 'attachable stencil attachment' for ... &quot; are you saying that you have made attachable stencils that are not attachments? I am looking to purchase a few attachable stencils attachments that can be attached to unattachable attachment disattachers that don't allow normal attachments to attach. Do you make non attaching attachable stencil attachments?</p><p>I am willing to pay for such a design, please visit my business account http://tinyurl.com/p28yuta (its a pretty long address)</p>
do you have any pictures of how they spray? could you explain more about the process of turning the imported image into the stencil? thanks!!
Sorry, but lemonie's right, this won't work. Most of the paint will be wasted and what does get through the stencil will barely apply a haze of color to the target. <br /> <br />For stealth stencils, people have often cut stencils out of a stiff material and then attached those to grocery bags with the bottoms cut out. Pizza boxes also work really well. Both options let you hide the can as an extra bonus. <br /> <br />The most important aspect is something that isn't even tangible: acting like you're supposed to be doing it. Put on white coveralls and just go to it.
Just a note, using those Postal stickers for tagging is a felony. Use decal paper. <br> <br>Lets see a picture of the final painting!
This will work, but only if you press the stencil against the surface you're trying to tag.
It should still work if there's a slight gap, though not as well if there was no gap at all. This design wont allow for flush contact though I don't see why someone couldn't redesign it to eliminate the gap that's caused by bracket that holds the stencil.
This isn't going to work.<br> <br>&gt; You'll have most of the paint on the stencil, which will drip.<br> <br>&gt;most of the gas-force will be on the stencil so your range will be limited.<br> <br>&gt; If you've ever used stencils you would have found that the paint tends to spread-out and get fuzzy unless the stencil is pressed right-up to the wall.<br> <br>- You'd get a small puddle on the ground and a fuzzy-drippy image on the wall.<br> <br><br> <br>L
Cool Idea, Do you have any shots of the final product? or Any pictures of the quality of the finished stencil?
Not yet, I figured that by the time it would be printed the contest would be over.
If you have a question about the process ask away.

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