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No escape by boogaloo-design No escape by boogaloo-design
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Spray paint directly on to the back of the glass
Hand cut stencils
60 x 90cm (Not including frame)

Model is the very talented Rhea Nielsen, check out her site - [link]
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:iconadiktofsugar:
adiktofsugar Feb 21, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
oh that's a cool picture!
I didn't see the cracks at first but now that i do...^___^
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:iconjordanpoison:
how do you get that dotted effect towards the bottom around her pants?
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:iconboogaloo-design:
It's done in this case with something called Sequin waste. I also use a mesh grille that I have that produces the same effect

Oliver
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:iconshakz09:
damn, love this.
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:iconmetalligirl1:
Ahhhhhh I love it!
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:iconlittle-vampire:
Little-Vampire Sep 6, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Really beautiful idea. Did you leave some reflecting part in the mirror or did you paint it completely? (cause from the photo I can't see it)

I once tried to paint directly in the back of a mirror and it's been not easy, also cause you have to get rid of the mirror surface so that you can see the paint :faint:

You made a really awesome work with the cracks, they look real :faint:

One of these days you should really make a tutorial for spray painting, showing us each step from the creation of the stencil to the actual painting :D
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:iconstence:
very cool i like the missing parts, and did you use flywire for thoes little holes or where they hand cut to?
and are the cracks painted or real? nice job
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:iconboogaloo-design:
Thank you, for the little holes I cheated. I got hold of something called sequin waste which is a strip that they have cut sequins out of, voila perfectly round holes! The cracks are hand painted with acrylic
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:iconmiddy-wolf:
Godddd I absolutely LOVE this!
Excellent job! and pretty awesome idea!
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:iconboogaloo-design:
Thanks Middy, appreciate that. I'm really glad you like it
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