Original image of F-16
Stencil of F-16
Simulated painting of stencil of F-16
  • Original image of F-16
  • Stencil of F-16
  • Simulated painting of stencil of F-16

F-16 Stencil

air force     planes    

Your easy-to-paint custom 3-layer stencil is made from durable mylar. It cleans up fast and stores flat, ready to be used any time in any location.

What's inside?

$ 22 .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 F-16

Layer 1

 gainsboro
Thumbnail of bridged layer 2 of stencil of F-16

Layer 2

 slategray
Thumbnail of bridged layer 3 of stencil of F-16

Layer 3

 darkslategray

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 F-16

Unbridged Layer 1

 gainsboro
Thumbnail of unbridged layer 2 of stencil of F-16

Unbridged Layer 2

 slategray
Thumbnail of unbridged layer 3 of stencil of F-16

Unbridged Layer 3

 darkslategray

Using the Stencils

Cut out and paint your three-layer stencil of F-16. 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  gainsboro , 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 F-16 yourself. Or upload your own image to turn it into a stencil.

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Tip #4:
Choose a foreground subject
That landscape with the barn in the distance looks great as an ordinary photograph, but in order to make a great stencil you'll want an easily recognizable object in the *foreground* of your image.
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