A friend of mine recently asked if I could have a go at making a sticker for a Vintage Wolf Grinder he was restoring. It was tricky finding a suitable image to use as a template but after a little tinkering and some layering of vinyls, he was pleased with the result and sent me a photo of it in place.. and I think it looks ace!!
I recently posted that “One of my all time favourite T-Shirts is nearly dead and I’m going to try and screen print my own tribute“, well here is the try and print.
I need more practice with registration, but I think the imperfections make it look more DIY.
Fruit Of The Loom Tee, vinyl stencils and some Permaset Aqua inks.
The bottom picture is the old and new together.
I bought some inkjet vinyl sticker paper recently and thought tonight would be a good chance to see if it is as good as I hope it is. First impressions are good.. although my printer quality and die-cut skills let things down slightly.
I stuck one outside on my shed door to weather test it and it just started snowing..
One of my all time favourite T-Shirts is nearly dead and I’m going to try and screen print my own tribute.
I’ve not screened more than one colour before so this will be interesting.
A friend was after some custom stickers for a Tamiya Lunchbox, Radio Controlled Car. I’ve only made single or very simple double layered stickers before so this is new to me.
Created using Photoshop, Silhouette Studio and a Silhouette Cameo.
There was quite a bit of work involved but they came out really well.