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Stencil Graffiti Lesson

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Stencil Graffiti LessonThis is a pretty basic stencil, not fancy … just one layer / one color.

Figure 1 – First of all you draw on a strong material the shape you want to stencil. Important: be sure you let some portions of the drawing not drawn. When you will cut it the material will stay in one piece and will not break apart.

Figure 2 – Then you cut the piece of material which represents your stencil. Once again: when you cut it be sure the material will stay in one piece. Otherwise you won’t have a stencil.

Figure 3 – Take a can of paint and spread you stencil around your town :)

Figure 4 – This is how our example should look after you paint it on a wall.

PS: I don’t know where I found these images but if someone remembers please comment on this article with the link so I can credit the creator of these images. Thanks.





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  1. paydayadvanceonline says:

    Graffiti is not cool for everybody, I guess. I mean is not good if you have all these teenagers trying to write on walls. I think there should be a place where these kids can show their skills and talent. They can actually do some creative stuff.

  2. paydayadvanceonline says:

    Graffiti is not cool for everybody, I guess. I mean is not good if you have all these teenagers trying to write on walls. I think there should be a place where these kids can show their skills and talent. They can actually do some creative stuff.

  3. Check cash Advance says:

    Wow, that's impressive. Thanks for the stencil. I can't wait to try it out.