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Complete Stenciling Handbook

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ISBN-10: 1552096386

ISBN-13: 9781552096383

Edition: 2002

Authors: Sandra Buckingham

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This is a compendium of the latest stencilling techniques, tools, equipment and materials. It presents innovative methods and products that have taken stencilling from a rustic craft to a breathtaking art form.
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Book details

List price: $35.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Firefly Books, Limited
Publication date: 7/3/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 288
Size: 10.00" wide x 11.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 4.048
Language: English

Nancey Green Leigh is professor of city and regional planning at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is a former Woodrow Wilson Fellow and Regents Fellow of the University of California and past vice president of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. Her writings have appeared in the Journal of Planning Literature , Journal of Environmental Planning and Management , and Economic Development Quarterly .Sandra Buckingham

Foreword
Before You Start
Tools, Equipment, Materials
Paints
Wood Stains
Clear Finishes
Applicators
Miscellaneous Equipment
Color
Backgrounds
The Basics of Stenciling
Cutting a Stencil
Making a Basic Print
Single Template
Overlays
When to Use Overlays
Masks
Layers of Stencils and Masks
Damage Control
Cleanup
Light and Shadow
Shadow and Light
Form Shadows
Highlights
Cast Shadows
Special Effects
Broken Color
Faux Stone
Damask
Embossed Leather
Impasto Methods
Plaster Examples
Textured Examples
Layered Pattern
Heavy Metals
Distressing
Outlining
Hand-Painting
Traditional Borders
Guidelines
Registration
Spacing and Corners
Borders as Frames (for windows, doors, panels, furniture)
Impasto Borders
Creative Borders
All-Over Patterns
Powdered Ornament
Diaper Pattern
Guidelines
Corners
Stripes
Freeform Stenciling
Layering Images Without Masks
Layering Images With Masks
Composition
Projection Stenciling
The Stencil
Preparing the Surface
Transferring the Pattern
Stenciling the Images
Imitation Textiles
Woven Texture
Flat Textiles
Draped Textiles
Textile Characteristics
Borders / Accessories
Architectural Elements
Faux Moldings
Carved Deocorations
Faux Panels
Stonework
Plaster Decoration
Columns
Latticework
Gingerbread Borders
Windows
Fences and Balustrades
Faux Marquetry
Real Wood
Faux Wood
Faux Stone (Pietre Dure)
Faux Tiles
Terra-Cotta Tiles
Glazed Tiles
Glazed Tiles Antiqued With Crackle Finish
Faux Tiles in 3-D
Mosaic Tiles
Glass, Ceramic Tile
Etching Glass
Painting Glass and Glazed Ceramics
Gold Leaf
Impasto Stenciling
Faux Stained Glass and Cloisonn�
Under Foot
Stenciled Floors
Faux Rugs
Floorcloths
Sisal
Hooked Rugs
Fabric Stenciling
Materials and Preparation
Basic Stenciling
Stenciling Fragile Fabrics
Stenciling Yardage
Devor�
Discharge Dyeing
Sun Printing
Katazome
Embroidered Stenciling
Lettering
Composition
Letter Stencils
Paper
Painted Paper
Leafed Paper
Embossed Paper
Etched Paper
Cut Paper
Sources
Further Reading
Index