Just thought I would go back to trying to airbrush coloring pages. I decided to try this again since I have a different technique with the stencils. I'm using Oracal 651 for the main outlines or for any pieces that fall out, mainly.
I cut all my stencils out using my Pazzles Inspiration machine and I convert the image to a vectorized image using Pazzles Pro 2014 software.
For this coloring page I used 6 stencils. Each stencil is for each different color I have in the image.
Here's the coloring page I used:
I airbrushed the image onto white cotton scrap fabric. Speaking of fabric, I now know why I was having trouble lining up the stencils after I take off the Oracle 651......the fabric gets looser and not as tight as it was when I started. Aaaarrrggghhh! :-)
Anyway, here's my finished result. I also tested to see if I could fill in some areas with a paint brush. It worked out ok on the glasses on the right, but not so good at the bottom of the A. Overall, I do like it. I did a much better job than I did in the beginning when I tried to airbrush a complex coloring page on fabric. :-)
After looking at this again, I like the fact that the white is in between the black and brown of their faces because you can see all 3 much better.