23" jitterbug lure, wall hanger #13: Making the stencils for painting.

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Blog entry by grosa posted 11-20-2020 12:55 AM 904 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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This is the stencil material i use to make the stencils. Oramask 813.

I trace my original drawing on paper then i cut it out. I will put this on the stencil material and trace it with a fine tip sharpie then i will cut the stencil. This is a mask to cover the white base coat and i will paint around it.

I draw the pattern on the stencil material with a sharpie then cut it out with a razor blade only cutting the blue film and not the paper under it, It is a light tack back made for painting.

So these are all the stencils for this project.

This one is a shading template. Its just paper. I need this one to be flexible and not sticky. It will be used to shade the black on the feathers and touch up any black areas.

This stencil is for the small feathers on the belly, left and right stencils.

This paper stencil is for the other small feathers on the belly. It is not a sticky back stencil because i need to paint it brown first then shift it over a little bit then spray black leaving a little bit of the brown. I just flip over the paper stencil to get the left and right.

This is the face stencil.

Next i will start airbrushing some color when all the paint comes in.

-- Have a great day.

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