Prima has some very good stencils out this time around they especially have trouble representing their mask/stencil items so the buyer will know which is the positive and negative space.
Usually manufactures have the black represent the ink or color that you are applying, but in this case it is the white that is the area that will be your painted or gessoed surface.
The examples that are shown from users are very helpful at determining this and it is not Scrapbook.com that provides the images.
Now that stencils and masks are very popular a standard needs to be adhered to so the buyer will know what they are receiving.
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