Stencil from the Dru Blair "Organic Edge" series.
Need a realistic tree surface? – try the new Bark texture!
Let's face it, painting tree bark is challenging. There are lots of details and tricky textures involved. The fastest way to make great tree bark texture is to use our new texture stencil to create realistic tree bark.
Creating sub-textures Video included
What good is a stencil without instructions on how to use it? We provide access to a short online tutorial by Dru Blair, where he outlines his methods for creating a sub-textures, using chemicals first, then he imposes the bark structure on top. This stencil is also versatile enough to use anywhere you need a background to break up sterile areas with something more organic.
This stencil is made of Mylar for durability, and is flexible.
Have fun exploring all the other uses, and remember to share your texturing triumphs with a photo and a review on this page!
- Highly detailed precise laser cutting
- Flexible and Reusable
- Mylar Plastic - not paper
- Translucent - hazy / milky
Stencil size 6.125 x 8.75 inches
Stencil thickness: 10ml
Individual stencils $39.95
Custom sizes available
Considered the finest organic pattern stencil series available, you will not find another stencil series similar to this anywhere at any price.
Still not convinced? The bark in the accompanying images was created with this method!
You will need to paint on: Blair Synthetic airbrush paper in order to achieve the same results using the methods shown in the video. techniques shown may have varying results applied to other surfaces.
Step-by-Step Video Included:
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