This is the artwork that one of my friends emailed to me from their collection to submit here and he had used it to make the jester stencil above. Of course you can tweek you version of how you use the stencil to vary the style of your final artwork. You can even use the jester hat with a different skull, etc.
This is an interesting photo out of Cambodia that one of the great self-appointed gods of airbrushing turned into a stencil set with some quick cheap vector imaging work and then released as his own great work of art that he "created". I think he called it "8 Skulls" or something real original and creative like that.
Ha ha ha!!! With a lot more arrogance than brains, I guess he didn't figure that other people had internet access to international news stories and photos. If you run into him be sure to laugh at him. He really needs it.
Anyway, this set is an interesting image and it offers several different skull perspectives in one photo -- yes, a photo, not an original work of art by one of the self-anointed gods of airbrushing.
CHAINLINK: Chainlink Fencing Stencil Image
Thanks to Steve Adams from Australia for asking about a chain link fencing stencil. This is a great example of a very easy image to create in Inkscape or other vector imaging programs. Inkscape is a free program that you can download at Inkscape.org. If you are using a cutter that requires .ai (Adobe Illustrator) or .cd (Corel Draw) files than Inkscape files (.sag, .png, etc) may not work for you -- or there may be cheat to get around file type limitations on your cutter -- check YouTube! In my opinion Inkscape is a superior program to Corel or Adobe and again Inkscape is FREE!