Thursday, April 17, 2008

319. Two-Part Stencil Skull

Multi-Part Stencil on Wood (Approx. 7in x 8in [18cm x 20cm]). Since the project is wrapping up I wanted to make sure I got at one more good stencil in (though I believe there will be at least one more after this). This time the idea was to create a multi-part stencil that required both parts to work. As always you can download a PDF (2-page) of the art to use yourself HERE. Don't forget to send me pictures of what you make with it!

8 comments:

Citizen said...

Kathie C said:

Good gracious what sort of sweatshop do I need to run in order to have that stencil cut out? You are either a wizard of the xacto or that tenon joined door is very forgiving.

topnet_vip_world said...

thanks
www.worldgames1.com

Tatman said...

I really gotta find something I can paint a stencil on without my wife getting mad. It would be a shame to let these great ideas go to waste. I'll be thinking........

smashing blouse said...

Nice. And I dig the colors you chose.

silvergirl said...

yes, i agree with smashing blouse: nice colors, indeed. and just a lovely photo altogether.

MonkeyGurrrrrl said...

Makes me wanna go out and tag all the construction sites with it. I'm over 40; I can buy spray paint. :) I'll just blame you, okay? OKAY!

Actually, with some of the stuff we have here in the 'hood, I don't think no one would notice. :)

armymedic2320 said...

I am looking for a skull stencil that i can use as a border for my kitchen....I have these awesome dishes my grandmother got for my from ZGallerie and I want to make it my theme for the kitchen. Can anyone help me.....?

Travis said...

Beast!!!!!!!
The best part is that it is all sraight lines
the other stencils are curved and hard to cut with a razor blade
()_()\m/ Skull-A-Day()_()\m/