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Blaze Jack-O-Lantern stencil by Rally-the-Cheetah Blaze Jack-O-Lantern stencil by Rally-the-Cheetah
Edit: Difficulty LVL High (Blaze Has a rather complex design with a lot of detail which might be overwhelming for beginners. Give yourself time to finish this one and find a large pumpkin to work on so you can use enlarged versions of this stencil.)

Another year, another pumpkin. This year it's Blaze the cat =) . For instuctions on how to use this stencil see [link] . Enjoy!

Note that this stencil works best on LARGE pumpkins. Thus I made a larger version available to download if anyone needs it ;) .
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Troythecat2354 Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I tried to use this one a few years back but i did an epic fail :dead:
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keiracat Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011  Student Digital Artist
it's very cool i never now that you can make that just like that greate job
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TheAllycatPrincess Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2010
Thanks for submitting this! I printed this out and used it for my first pumpkin I ever carved. It turned out pretty well :) Thanks to you, it inspired me to start carving pumpkins b/c I am a big fan of Blaze. :iconhugfiveplz:
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Blaze-the-Cat14 Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2010
Wow, I'm gonna try and use it this year! Thanks!
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buddy1913 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome. this will beat my nabours pumpkin. all we ever to is faces. not i got a blase the cat stencil to own his ass with!!

do you think a pumpkin that is about 12 inches (30CM) in diamiter isbig enough?
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Cynderforever Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2010   Photographer
I'm sooo Blaze-ifying this year's pumpkin!
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loopey Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Would you be so kind as to tell me how you do this I'd like to try this with my characters another thing is that I think you should do a group one if thats not too hard.
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Rally-the-Cheetah Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2009
Yeah I may do a group stencil one day. But the problem with large groups and such is the complexity. As it is Silver and Blaze are two of the trickiest jack-o-lantern stencil I've designed and they are just one character. Also space is a issue since very few folks that use these have big pumpkins to carve. The bigger the bumpkin the more characters you can easily throw on, the smaller, well it probably shouldn't be attempted.

As for how I make these, well I usually create an image first then edit it as needed to make it carvable. The main thing to always keep in mind when designing these is structural integrity. You can create an awesome design but if the pumpkin's too carved out at the base of the image then it'll likely fall apart. ;)
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loopey Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thats cool and I completly understand and even something small like the famous (or at least famous to me) still where sonic and metal are forehead-2-forehead from sonic the hedgehog the movie. Another thing however in my mind that i generaly use for thinking, is there any specifis trick or program that you use for this type of thing (you know Jack-o-lanterns) because your stencils look profesional like out of a book. Anyhoo thanks for your time I think your a great artist and a great stenciler'er.
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Rally-the-Cheetah Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2009
I sketch out the pic then use Adobe Photoshop pen tool to ink over the sketch. I believe you can use flash as well for smooth lines but I'm not sure how to work that program ^^; .
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