Tutorials

Quick n’ Dirty Gimp Tutorial

Originally posted by goblin. Okay, maybe not so quick. 😕 I am assuming that a user knows at least the very basics – how to open a file etc. Okay, I’ve just recently had to switch to Linux as the computer fairy skull fucked my hard drive. I’ve used Linux a lot before, however during […]

The Guide on How to Bleach Fabric

Here is my Bleaching Tutorial, exclusively for Stencil Revolution members. In 2002, I was hired by a small clothing company to invent a process by which we could produce images on garments that would be more “tattooed” into the fabric than screened on. I immediately thought about bleach and began two years of research and […]

The Ghostpatrol Guide to Making T-Shirts

As someone who really appreciates ghostpatrol street art, I was inspired to make this tutorial for t-shirt design. MATERIALS I use acetate stencils, I’m sure other stencils will work as well. They can’t be too thick though. Fabric paint seems to work for me. It goes on nice and thick. The good thing about fabric […]

The Guide to Using Chalk for Stencil Art

Why use chalk you say? I live on a huge college campus, and if you have an event going on, you can legally chalk it around campus, but your not allowed to use spray chalk because it doesn’t really wash off easy like regular chalk. So, if you want to get a message across, why […]

The Guide to T-Shirt Printing with Stencils

This tutorial deals with printing up low cost t-shirts with your existing stencils using paint. There are many ways to print stencils up on shirts, silk screens etc, but this is the cheapest and easiest and only way that we have explored so far. The Stencil Pretty much any type of stencil material will do […]

The Respirator Chemical Safety Guide

The Loki Safety guide To painting the world. The number one form of protection any aerosol artist should invest in is a respirator. The common question seems to be “Is it worth the money?” The answer: Absolutely! The paints and chemicals a aerosol artist works with are highly poisonous. You may not see immediate effects […]