Aaaand I just checked the waywt thread
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I'm thinking about making a stencil of Kanye's Graduation Bear: http://www.play.com/Clothing/T-Shirts/4-/9881755/-/Product.html
Any thoughts on how to make a spray paint stencil? I'm going to use a plain white t-shirt, and make the light parts of the bear's head black (shades, etc.) and keep the brown parts brown. Also, does anyone have a recommendation for a specific spray paint brand?
Those look pretty good. You just put them through the washing machine? I was thinking about trying that with a sweatshirt and try to do something like this
And in case someone says get a RO jacket, I won't. It just doesn't fit my style at all.
Ceoceo I found it:
I crumpled/balled them up with rubberbands and put them in a bucket of dye or bleach/water for only a few minutes. I then let them hang dry before giving them in a go in the washing machine.
Had a really old pair of Converse Dr Jays that were originally red/white/blue. Spray painted them gold like 5 years ago. Wore them to concerts and whatnot. They didn't flake all that much until recently. So when they finally started to look cruddy I sanded them down, rubbed them with alcohol, and re-sprayed them blue. We'll see how long they last this time.