Published at Friday, November 09th 2018. by Denise Shaffer in Ceiling.
Paint finish on tray ceiling. Demonstrating a copper verdict, refinish that we have customized specifically for this tray ceiling. It's a few different steps and I'm on the second step. The first one was to base coat the ceiling. This apricot color over here and that was just rolled on and then the second coat is this copper paint, which is a golden product, and it's just straight copper paint that we've mixed up and put some water in and I'm going to be doing. An add subtract finish with that, which means I paint it on with a brush, and then I take it off with a sea sponge like this.
I'm going to be taking the slightly damp brush very large and dry, brushing it, which is just basically to make It soft and take away those harsh pockmarks and a sponge mix. So here we go so now, I'm doing my the other brush and we're just softening it up a little bit and you see how that's kind of uneven, but still soft, that's good! That looks good yeah fill in the gaps between the spaces, but just sponge and we custom mix all of our colors. We never just buy a color straight from the store, you know, so we use pigments and from directly into even metallic paints. So we're back and the end result should look like this.
This is the revert agree sample that I provided for the client, so this has several layers like I was saying before you saw before how we painted it. Copper. You can see that here. That was on top of a base coat, which was that terracotta apricot color and then there are two more colors one is a dark brown and the other. It's like an oxide, green and gon na be painting those on and doing a specialized finish that I call Capone because that's the name of the first client that we ever did it for it. So anyways I'm going to do that demonstration for you, so the first color that goes down in this component finish oxide green color in nature, when copper does oxidize, the oxidized colors are very flat: they're, not shiny, like sort of geometric, and I softened the edges of the brushstroke, so it has a more organic feel and then I'm going to take my sponge and just what I call blocking for lack of better words and I'm just pressing it not to take it off, but to give it some air some food texture marks.
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