Original image of 60s Joker
Stencil of 60s Joker
Simulated painting of stencil of 60s Joker
  • Original image of 60s Joker
  • Stencil of 60s Joker
  • Simulated painting of stencil of 60s Joker

60s Joker Stencil

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Description

Older version of the Joker, from 60s Batman television show.

What's inside?

$ 24 .95

Bridged Layers

The bridged layers are specially made so that they won't fall apart or lose 'islands' when you cut them.

Thumbnail of bridged layer 1 of stencil of 60s Joker

Layer 1

 snow
Thumbnail of bridged layer 2 of stencil of 60s Joker

Layer 2

 darkgray
Thumbnail of bridged layer 3 of stencil of 60s Joker

Layer 3

 dimgray
Thumbnail of bridged layer 4 of stencil of 60s Joker

Layer 4

 black

Unbridged Layers

These layers show you what paint is left after the layer is painted, including manually painting over any bridge crossings.

Thumbnail of unbridged layer 1 of stencil of 60s Joker

Unbridged Layer 1

 snow
Thumbnail of unbridged layer 2 of stencil of 60s Joker

Unbridged Layer 2

 darkgray
Thumbnail of unbridged layer 3 of stencil of 60s Joker

Unbridged Layer 3

 dimgray
Thumbnail of unbridged layer 4 of stencil of 60s Joker

Unbridged Layer 4

 black

Using the Stencils

Cut out and paint your four-layer stencil of 60s Joker. Decide whether you will use the natural surface color as one of your layers. For example, if your surface color is close to the color  snow , then you may choose to omit the first layer since the surface has this color already. Download the free cut files to cut this stencil of 60s Joker yourself. Or upload your own image to turn it into a stencil.

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Tip #2:
Get up close
The closer you crop the image, the more stylized the details become. It's common to want to include facets of the background in your stencil, but the closer you crop, the better your results are likely to be.
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