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this was a great video. I have several masks that I wish were stencils. When doing this reverse method is there a right side and a wrong side to the mask. I notice that the mylar you use is shiny on one side and more matte on the other . So I am wondering if the paint would stick better to the matte side and give a stronger or crispr result. also does using the shiny side up make clean-up easier when I'm finished using it.ReplyDelete
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I have been wondering the same question.Delete
Your stencils are mind blowing. This is kind of a two part question that kind of go hand in hand, and being a newbie, I would love to know the following. I am curious as to how you come up with your ideas for a stencil. I mean do you have a certain thing that helps you have ideas pop into your head like walking and thinking, or playing with paints? What are you normally doing when you get your creative ideas. What would be your suggestions to help get ones creative juices flowing for putting together stencils in different combinations.ReplyDelete