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You are my last hope anons, can you help me figure out how to me a stencil for my forearm/sleeve tattoo ?
There is this pattern which must go around my arm and well me and my tattoo artist can't figure out how to make a stencil in which pattern connects..
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Here is the pattern
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That's my fukup. Clearly not the way it's done, also here are the measurements
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>>573745
God dammit, Lover bottom says 18,5cm, top 28.5,length 17cm.

Please anons help.
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>>573746
>Lover
>Lower
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Well since the circumference of your arm varies up and down it, the size of the pattern will have to vary slightly based on how thin/thick your arm is at those points. Once you've figured that out, make an edit of the pattern factoring in the differences in circumference and then it should be able to wrap.
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>>573753
Well, I think 3d module of cilinder shape with diameter of 28.5 at one end and at other one at 18.5 should solve that.
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got it. thanks for nothing anons
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>>573743
>my tattoo artist can't figure out how to make a stencil in which pattern connects
you need a better tattoo artist.




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