Tuesday, March 24, 2020

My ATC Stencils and Masks -- Their Original Inspirations

A little over a month ago, my two 9"x 12" sheets of ATC-sized stencils were released. 


The majority of the new stencils and masks had been inspired by larger stencils and masks that I'd designed previously.  

Today's post features some art samples created with just a few of those original stencils and masks.

Ski Lift Works (6" x 6") was the mask I put to work in creating this image on the photo of an old calendar page.

Fantasia (9" x 12") was used to print this image on an old sheet of newspaper.

Hot Air Balloon (6" x 6")

This print, made with 6" x 6" Osprey Wings, was printed with alcohol inks on a background previously coated with pearl "metallic" acrylic paint.

Printed with 6" x 6" Ornamental Iron Curls on a substrate that was a blueprint.

Mikki's Flowers Stencil (6" x 6") was used to make this print on an old calendar page photo.

Sprigs (6" x 6") was the mask I used in making the above print.

In earlier posts I've shown some of the fun I've had pairing the original-sized stencils and masks with the newer ATC-sized ones -- which are similar to the originals, while not identical with them.

ATC Mixup Swatton #1 (which includes CatsSki Lift Works and Fantasia, all in the brand-new ATC sizes.) 

ATC Mixup Swatton #2 (which includes ATC-sized Mikki's Flowers (as a mask),Sprigs and Ornamental Iron Curls, all in the brand-new ATC sizes.) .
Thanks  for coming to check out my blog today!  To scroll thru all the pages of my StencilGirl stencils and masks, please start here.

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