American photorealism pro Dru Blair has lately taken a step into the fantasy genre with the latest product in his range of Blair stencils: The two huge Biomechanical Sets. The two sets include 10 and 16 stencils, respectively, with popular patterns and elements of biomechanics. These are inspired, of course, by the art of H.R. Giger. The textures are reminiscent of circuit boards and electronic connectors, but at the same time also of vertebrae, bones and ribs. The advantage about these stencils measuring between 2.5 and 12 inches (medium size) is that they have an organic, realistic curved path. In some cases, they are even so flexible that the artist himself can change the curve as he/she sees fit.
The two Biomechanical Sets 1 and 2 each cost 150 USD. There is also a large size version of the Biomechanical Set 1 for 190 USD. All Dru Blair stencils can be ordered at the website of his School of Realism.