Now your first part is done, you can move on to repeating the above steps for any other stencils you need for your design.
When the colour is dry, peel off the stencil. If you wish to use it again, take care not to stretch or rip it. Not all of our stencils can be reused. The packaging of each set indicates if they can be reused or not. Generally, the more intricate the stencil, the less chance there […]
Load your applicator (in this case, an airbrush) with the colour you want and do a test spray onto a piece of paper to test the spray. See the section on ‘Medium Application Ideas’ for suggestions on other ways to use your stencils Lightly spray the space around the stencil in light coats to build […]
As you’ve read above about the Negative part of your stencils, now lets look at the Positive part. The Positive part of the stencil is the bit inside the negative. This is shown in black or white on the stencil diagrams provided in the pack, but not so obvious on the actual stencil sheet. Cross […]