0 items for | 0.00

View Shopping Cart
Your Cart is still empty
Stencils
Stencils
thumbails

Airbrush stencils

If you want to spray hundreds of tattoos, or if you want to give a theater group creepy facepainting : Airbrush Stencils make the work much easier and allow Body Painting, Hairart and Tattoos! With the Airbrush Stencils made of thin but stable material you can spray on even finely divided motifs quickly and easily in a short time.

Airbrush Stencils - indispensable helpers for Body Painting, Hairart & Tattoo

For fast work you can hardly get around the Airbrush stencils. Even very elaborate, complicated, fine motifs are simply sprayed on in a few moments. Made of thin but stable material such as Mylar or Senjo stencil film, they are an indispensable helper for fast work. Curve templates, or complete motifs, one-piece and multi-piece templatesn we keep in stock for you.

And even if you haven't had any experience working with Airbrush Stencils yet, the handling is very easy. On a surface like paper you can test the application of the paint with the stencil first and also try different effects by distributing the paint. We offer you here a lot of finished cut stencils, with which a detail intensive decoration is facilitated.

A huge selection of designs and cuts:

From futuristic landscapes to broken glass to alligator patterns: In this category you can choose from many different motifs. Also the quantities of the Stencil sets are offered to you here in different extent, whereby also different cuts are available like Curve stencils or complete motives. So you can find here unique pieces for the decoration of a room as well as more extensive sets for the work in the theater mask. With the right Airbrush stencils you will succeed in transforming your working base!

Tips for using airbrush stencils

A little exercise is of course already necessary. Depending on the surface, whether I want to paint on paper, cars, or the human body, I have to deal with curves, bulges, fibrous/hairy surfaces, etc..

And so it can go. Here are some tips for using an airbrush as an introduction:

First you can try a simple motif on a piece of paper. Airbrush stencil and now always spray the paint thinly away from the stencil edge. If necessary, repeat as long as necessary until the desired amount of ink has been applied with sufficient coverage. Less is usually more here. When you lift the stencil, you will see the real contrast between the covered surface and your motif.

The paint must be sprayed on as dry as possible to prevent it from running under the edge.

The solvents used in the paint are suitable for cleaning. So watercolors should usually dissolve in water, and alcohol colors should dissolve with alcohol. For stubborn cases try the Senjo-Color Toolcleaener also for watercolors. If nothing else helps, then use acetone. We sell here mainly stencils, which consist of polyester (see article description!). This should work without problems.

We use a stainless steel tray and a soft bristle brush in the workshop to clean the stencils . Place the stencil in a bath of solvent so that it is lightly covered, let the whole thing take effect and then go over it with the brush in circular movements. If the dirt is very bad, we leave it in the solution overnight. After that everything can be removed without any problems.

| more Tips for using the stencils |

 

Application video airbrush stencil

You have individual wishes for the template?

Manufacture of individual stencils

On request we can also create individual templates according to customer requirements. From Fingernail to Wall tattoo. From single pieces with logo for company, or club, up to complete series for resale. We have some modern industrial lasers and most modern materials at our disposal.

just tell us your wishes here.

| Inquiry form |

Airbrush stencils to make yourself

You would rather cut your templates yourself? No problem. We have a lot of materials and the necessary Cutter and Cutting mats on offer.

Category | Airbrush stencils Accessories |
Tips | How do I make my own stencils |

Other stencils

There are many more useful templates for use with airbrush, brush, or sponge.

The eye make up template is a good example.
under | https://www.theatermakeup.de/makeup/augen/ | we offer some templates for the eyebrows.

Searching for Airbrush Stencils to create a variety of decorations, you have a huge choice in this category!

You wish to create hundreds of tattoos, paint cars or transform a whole opera choir with creepy face paintings? With our stencils, you will achieve your goal!

Airbrush stencils for body painting, hair art & tattoos plus materials to create your own stencils.
Created from thin but durable material, they are an indispensable aid for working quickly.
| Hints for stencil utilisation |

We also take requests to create individualized stencils. From toenail art to wall tattoos

Stencils are indispensable when you need to work quickly. Even elaborate, complicated and detailed designs are created in a few short moments.

Of course this requires some practice. Depending on the surface, be it paper, cars or the human body, we are dealing with curves, bulges, fibrous / hairy etc. surfaces.

And this is how you can make it work. Here a few tips on how to use an airbrush gun:

First, try a simple design on paper. Place the stencil on top and spray the colour from the edge inwards in thin layers. Apply as often as needed until the desired opacity has been achieved. Sometimes less is more. Only when removing the stencil will you realize the real contrast between the covered surface and your design.

The paint should be applied as dry as possible to avoid it running underneath the stencil edge.

For cleaning, you can use the same solvents as for the paints. So, water colours should be solvable with water, and alcohol based colours with alcohol. For stubborn cases with water-based paints you can also try out the Senjo-Color Toolcleaner. If nothing else works, try acetone. We mainly sell polyester stencils (pls. check product description), so this should work just fine.

In our workshop, we use a stainless steel tray and a soft bristle brush to clean our stencils. Immerse the stencil in the solvent until slightly covered, soak for a bit and then move the brush in circular motions over the stencil. In case of serious stains, we will let the stencil soak overnight. This almost guarantees a very easy stain removal.