Rectangles are surprisingly useful as a formal counterpoint to organic subjects, and a non-invasive but still interesting background texture. Once cut by you with your stencil cutting machine, these stencils are suitable for any application. With paint, gesso or texture paste pushed through them, they are the cornerstone of De Gillett’s painting practice. With stencils like these, you are able to infer a wide range of elements in your paintings, from leaves both near and distant, built environment, rocky surfaces, and watery environments.
Some countries do not allow the importation of our stencils, and frankly, we can’t imagine how frustrating that must be. These instantly available Digital Stencil Templates can solve that problem, as well as make available a much wider range of De Gillett’s own hand-drawn designs than we can offer as readymade stencils. These are the exact same stencils that De uses in her own studio, and you may choose just one, or a multipack of 3 or 9 designs. On purchase, you will get instant access to the files, ready to load into your stencil cutting machine and cut for yourself! Each brand of stencil cutter has its own range of media available. De uses a Silhouette Cameo, and fuses together the two sides of A4 sized laminating pouches by running it through a laminator for her stencils (a more economical option than the specialist media). If you would prefer the readymade version, it is available here.
On purchase, you will, in a matter of minutes, receive an email containing your download link. You may need to download the free application 7-Zip to unzip and open the files. It is safely available at cnet
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