Fun With Stencils: T-Rex

T-Rex 1

New dinosaur on the block.


This week I had some fun with stencils and spray paint. The mighty T-Rex is an awesome subject. I’ve always loved dinosaurs, like most people who were once ten year old boys. These were done on 11×14 matte board, with spraypaint and oil based markers. Each one used the same stencil, which is made out of plastic for durability.

The hat is, of course, for style.



T-Rex 2

Old school dinos don’t need feathers.

Call me a traditionalist, but I’ll take my dinosaurs hold-the-feathers, thank you very much. I don’t want to see them as a bunch of overgrown turkeys. This is where me and science part ways. Keep your feathers. Call me when you have a proper wing.

T-Rex 3

“I don’t know what that guy was screaming about, I think it looks better on me.”

These sprays are too much fun to do. I want to do a giveaway for my followers. If anyone is interested, tell me in the comments what color you want for your background, and what color you want the T-rex to be. For the first person that posts a comment, I’ll spray one and send it to you for free.

Free art just for naming two colors? What a deal!