Introduction: Stenciled Moleskine

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I was riffing with the logo for False Profit and came up with something that might work as a stencil, so I actually laser cut one and started looking around for something to use it on. My moleskine was nearby, so that's what got stencilled.

I didn't really hold the stencil very still or flatten it carefully against the surface, which is why the stencil is a little blurry.

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flyboy11 (author)2009-10-17

you made a stencil out of copper and still managed to over spray....

nagutron (author)flyboy112009-10-17

Nah. It looks like copper, but that's just the gold spray paint on plastic. It was flexing all over the place.

h2oboy (author)2009-05-14

Laser cutters are for chumps

nagutron (author)h2oboy2009-05-14

Yeah, it's all about the 3-axis CNC machines, baby.

AKViking (author)2008-12-04

You don't want to laser moleskines. They contain PVC which produces toxic gasses that are harmful to you and the laser. See Lady Ada's forum there is quite a bit of discussion on it.

nagutron (author)AKViking2008-12-05

Thanks for the important info! I won't be lasering my moleskine, after all. Here's the thread you mentioned: http://forums.ladyada.net/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=6474

turner22 (author)2008-11-01

get a can of 3m spray adhesive and spray a TINY bit on the stencil. this will help it bind to whatever yer painting and prevent underspray.

asianwizard (author)2008-06-29

any ways minors can get Montana gold? ;p

turner22 (author)asianwizard2008-11-01

not w/out a guardian. Montana's still the best, tho.

nagutron (author)2008-10-17

Note: there's a surface coating on the Moleskine leather that prevented the spraypaint from binding well. Not sure what the solution here, is. Next time, I'm laser-cutting the leather directly!

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