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Blank Stencil Film - StencilMagic can laser cut custom stencils with amazing detail. If you prefer to cut your own custom stencil, check out our tips & tricks section for advice from the experts.
MYLAR SHEETS | STENCIL MATERIAL
Reusable & durable
Flexible & tear resistant
Solvent proof & easy to clean
Available in 2 different strengths/thicknesses
Lays flat but can be rolled for shipping and storage
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Stencilmagic.net's blank stencil material, polyester film (also known as Mylar sheets) are the perfect material for making stencils! Whether you are looking to cut your own stencils or have us produce them for you, you’ll appreciate the quality of our premium Mylar.
Blank stencil material
STENCIMAGIC'S PREMIUM MYLAR SHEETS ARE AVAILABLE IN 2 DIFFERENT THICKNESSES / STRENGTHS.
7 MIL Blank STENCIL MATERIAL:
Thick as card stock (0.2mm)
Flexible & durable
Material choice to cut stencils by hand
10 MIL MYLAR STENCIL MATERIAL:
Thick as a playing card (0.25mm)
Flexible & durable
STENCILMAGIC CAN LASER CUT CUSTOM STENCILS WITH AMAZING DETAIL. IF YOU PREFER TO CUT YOUR OWN CUSTOM STENCIL, CHECK OUT OUR TIPS & TRICKS SECTION FOR ADVICE FROM THE EXPERTS.
For example, to protest an abundance of abandoned school buildings due to declining urban population and school consolidation, one could choose to stencil a number of famous Norman Rockwell school scenes on the empty school buildings. Norman Rockwell, though not fond of his own school days, became the portraitist of all that worked well in American life in the early 1900s. In particular, his After School" features a young boy writing Knowledge is Power" on the chalkboard. Judging from the time on the clock, the presence of the school teacher and the number of times the lad had written Knowledge is Power," it is clear that this after-school punishment was intended to stress the importance of education to the recalcitrant youth.
Third: Create a Template
The complexity of the template is dependent upon the skill of the artist, the scale of the final piece and the level of detail he wishes to achieve. Some artists can simply look at a picture and free-hand draw it to scale. Other artists may need to enlarge or reduce the original work.
The easiest and, in the long-term, probably the cheapest way to convert original artwork into a stencil is to pick up an old overhead projector from an office products store. Copy the original image in black and white onto a clear overhead sheet (a few pennies per sheet, and a few pennies to create a photocopy). Project the image onto a blank wall, adjusting the focus and moving the machine until the image is the proper size and clarity.
Choose the stencil material based on the complexity of the design and the type of paint that will be used. Thick materials such as cardboard or foam board are excellent choices for large blocks of color with little detail and for fast-drying paints. The downside is that the thicker the board, the more difficult it is to cut it with any degree of precision. It is also a little trickier to ensure that thick materials adhere firmly to the stenciling surface. Without this consistent contact, the paint will run through the unfastened portions of the stencil or bleed through the edges.
After School" is a fairly detailed stencil, even when simplified down to the child, the blackboard, and the handwritten message. Therefore, the artist should choose a thin stencil material in order to create the required detail. Indus
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