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basskat

Painting Gills

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dtrs5kprs    8

I use either stencil material (from craft stores) or an "erasing guide" (also from craft store). Make sure you use a fairly thick stencil film with a matte finish...makes it easier to draw on your pattern. The erasing guide is a little sheet of metal film with a variety of shapes punched in it. The ones I use are from Hobby Lobby (technical drawing/drafting sort of area) and are about 3"x4" or so. Lots of good shapes...circles of various sizes, ovals, gill type semi-ovals, etc. Just mask off the ones you don't want to use and spray the ones you do for any given job.

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funny farm    2

Well I am late on this one , All of the above are great !!! Milk jugs are nice and thick , just about or the same thing as the heavy stencil sheets .

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