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Pinstripe Step by Step By Rianne Biesheuvel

Right then firstly I shall introduce myself I am Rianne Biesheuvel from a small town in Holland called Rijen. I have been asked to do a How To / Step by Step Pinstripe example for you. As I am Dutch and my English is not to good I have enlisted the help of Brian McCaffery aka Neder/Brit who I’m sure many of you are acquainted with to help with the translation, so I hope that you can follow everything.

Ok to begin with I think it would be best to show you the materials I will be us- ing for this project. Right then in photo #1 you can see grid and tracing paper. Firstly I will draw out my design on grid paper this ensures that all my lines are the same and that all my points line up correctly for this process I will normally use a charcoal pencil as it is easy to erase if I make any mistakes. After my design is the way I want it I will trace over it you will see that I have used a red pencil for this. I use colored pens or pencils for reference purposes just so that I know I am painting the right line obviously you may use whatever colors you wish. As this is only a two color project red and black will do.

Here you see Saral paper this is a chalk based transfer paper, just the same as carbon paper but with it being chalk based and residue is easily whipped off with a damp cloth.

One Shot Reducer and Enamel Sign Paint, my trusted Kafka No1 scroll brush and my cut off walk- ing stick with padded end which I use to steady my hand.

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