Spray Painting


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Spray Painting

Stencil Making

 

Spray Painting Projects:

 Spray Painting: A Skateboard Deck using Ezy Cut Stencil
     

Creating a Background

 

Safety
Always wear a Respirator and Gloves when using spray paint. Spray outside or in a well-ventilated area. 

 

Step One
Spray the skateboard with one coat of white paint. Attaching a Spray Can Gun will make this process faster.

     
 

Step Two
Shake each can for 2 minutes before spraying to ensure the pigments are mixed.

 

Step Three
Create a speckled effect by varying the pressure and nozzle used. Holding the can back further creates a lighter spray.

     
 

Step Four
Create drips by spraying very close to the skateboard and allowing the paint to pool and run.

 

Step Five
Layer on more colour using the same method until you are happy with the result.

     

Spray Painting with an Ezy Cut Stencil

 

Step One
Use a spray adhesive to tack the mid tone stencil to the surface. 

 

Step Two
Spray the paint using short quick sprays from the outside of the stencil. Work your way around all sides. Be careful not to over spray. Remove the stencil and allow paint to dry.

     
 

Step Three
Use a spray adhesive to tack the shadow stencil to the surface. Spray this stencil while being careful not to over spray.

 

Step Four
Remove the stencil and allow paint to dry.

     
 

Step Five
Use a spray adhesive to tack the highlight stencil to the surface. For fine areas use a satay stick to hold pieces of the stencil down. Remove the stencil and allow paint to dry.

 

Step 6
Your skateboard deck is now ready to display.

See how to make a Stencil with Ezy Cut Stencil Paper

 

 Spray Painting: A Butterfly Using Acetate Stencil
     
 

Step One
Always wear a Respirator and Gloves when using spray paint. Spray outside or in a well-ventilated area. 

 

Step Two
Tape your acetate stencil to the surface with Masking Tape. Spray paint using short quick sprays from the outside of the stencil. For fine areas use a satay stick to hold pieces of the stencil down. Remove the stencil and allow paint to dry. Be careful not to over spray. Remove the stencil and allow paint to dry.

     
 
 

Step Three
Remove the stencil and allow paint to dry.

 

Step Four
Tape the next layer stencil to the surface, lining up the images easily through the acetate.

     
 

Step Five
Spray this stencil while being careful not to over spray.

 

Step Six
Remove the stencil and allow to dry. 

See how to make a Stencil with Acetate

View our wide range of Spray Paints

 

Skateboard Deck 80 x 20cm
$12.25
Ezy Cut Stencil Paper 85gsm 21 x 30cm 9's
$12.50
Respirator P1 20's
$25.95
Rubber Disposable Gloves 50pr Medium
$15.15
Safety Eye Goggles
$9.35
Spray Can Gun
$18.95
Satay Stick / Skewer 20cm 100's
$2.10
Masking Tape 50m x 18mm
$1.75
Dust Face Masks 50's
$15.65
Skateboard Deck 80 x 20cm 20's
$220.00
Acetate Sheet A3 10's Heavyweight
$19.90
Stencil Sheets A4 8's -Textures
$39.95