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First Halftone by kingstom First Halftone by kingstom
My first halftone stencil, painted on wooden panel.
120x95cm
2 colors b&w
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jsergent Dec 3, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
nice
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jarbid Nov 17, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
great job for your first halftone. well done
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TheKemper Nov 12, 2011  Professional General Artist
jesus. christ.

i gotta step up my game :)
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lambArt Nov 11, 2011  Student
wow very nice and clean
been wishing to make one of these but then i think in the cutting [link]

you cuted yours by hand?? [link]
what tools do u used?
i was think about getting some sort of circular razers in various sizes then it would be easier but dont know where to get it :|
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kingstom Nov 11, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
thanks for the comment, yes it's cut by hand. i use a basic cutter like this one [link] for all my stencils, i think the advantage is the price of the blades but you have to by quality ones if not it's a nightmare. And i use thick paper to cut on (200g/cm²).
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YourArtTeacher Nov 10, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow! Incredible!
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:iconbeefteriyaki:
Came out excellent! You document the process?
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kingstom Nov 10, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
thanks, the process is quite easy, just transform your image in greyscale then in bitman (in photoshop) and choose the halftone screen, then choose the lines shape and the amount of them. Do it once at 45° and once at 135° then superimpose them. It's a bit longer when you start cuting it of course...
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:iconbeefteriyaki:
Right on! I always love hearing the different methods people use, especially when it comes out so fantastic as this. Thanks!
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