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In the video for the Touch Board we produced a variety of graphics with stencil on paper, walls, wood and table cloths, this is how we did it.
Step 1: Components
Vynil Stencil or Paper Stencil
Electric Paint, in a jar or a pen
Step 2: Using Paper Stencils
We happen to have a vinyl and paper cutter from craft-robo which make our lives much easier for making more complicated graphics but paper and some scissors can work great too.
Tape down your stencil to make sure it doesn't slip about while your painting. Squeeze out some Electric Paint. Using a brush spread and dab the paint around the stencil. Pull the stencil off the paper carefully
Step 3: Using a Vinyl Stencil
Lay down the stencil and mark the corners with a pencil. Stick masking tape over the top of the vinyl, to ensure when you peel it off the backing sheet it all stays together. Next peel the vinyl off the backing sheet. Fluff the sticky side to make it a little less sticky so you can peel it off the paper after painting without damage it. You can do this by sticking it to you clothes a few times. Once it's a little less sticky, stick it down to your paper, lining up the corners with you pencil markings. Then peel off the masking tape to reveal the paper beneath.
Step 4: Paint and Peel Off the Vinyl.
Step 5: Connect Your Touch Board
For ideas on how to connect the Touch Board to different materials, we'll have another update and tutorial coming soon.
In the mean time please check out our Kickstarter campaign and please spread the word.