Outdoor paint techniques and faux finishes
New Holland, Mar 1, 2002 - Architecture - 128 pages
This book provides a wide range of original ideas, all stunningly photographed, plus a range of special projects, from large to small, all with step-by-step instructions to put the paint effects into easy-to-follow practice. Creators of the best-selling Decorative Paint Finishes, the authors have now turned their considerable talents and experience to this vogue subject.
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INTRODUCTION 76 Flat Paint
COLOUR 78 Bleaching or Liming
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT 82 Distressing Wood
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acrylic paint acrylic scumble glaze apply areas artists base coat base colour blocks border bristle cement chalk line clean cloth dust sheets Containers for mixing create darker decorative paint finishes diluted edges effect EQUIPMENT FAUX FAUX FINISHES filaments filler paste fitch flat floor gloves Plastic drop green grey grout latex gloves Plastic lichen lime limewash Low-tack tape marble masking tape metal leaf methylated spirits Methylated spirits/denatured alcohol mineral turpentine/white spirits mixing colours mixing paint mixture oil-based paint Oil-based varnish paintbrush painted surface painting technique pale paper pigments Plastic drop sheets powder primer protect surfaces Protective latex gloves raw umber Rottenstone sandpaper sea sponges sheets or cloth sheets to protect shellac SHOPPING LIST MATERIALS soften solvent stencil stone sugar soap SURFACE PREPARATION terracotta texture tiles trellis type of paint Universal stainers water-based emulsion paint water-based paint Water-based varnish White water-based emulsion wood