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Old 09-30-2016, 04:21 AM   #1
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Anyone know of threads where people have posted their painting videos?

You have a neat project (some eye candy) for fellow painters to see??

You can cut the straightest lines, let's see it.

You got that technique down, teach us.

I have a somewhat mediocre video of me brushing out 230 boards (4 in video) Ben Moore Regal High Build in Heritage Red. I am terrible with computer stuff lately and I have an immense amount of improvement having to do with making and editing video. I was temporarily distracted in the beginning and I bumped the boards but I was tired and I wasn't stopping for a retake. Then I had to shoosh my mom who was watching after I told her "No Talking or interrupting", and I was on the last 4 boards I had no others to re-do the video if I had to start recording again.
I was brushing pretty quick, but more importantly it was covered super well. I put it on wet and was looking very close for any hint of primer streaks left showing.

In the video I am just finishing up the 231st board of this project, having handled them each at least ten times during sanding, priming stages, inspecting, sorting boards and labeling cracks or chatter on the back side for carpenters to see, and painting, and delivery to and from shop.

Sorry if the sound is annoying, I probably will look into changing it some more.

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Video editing isn't my thing either. You can tell how nice the finish is by the reflection. Thanks for sharing. Love the music 😊
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I'm not the kind of guy who will end up shooting video of myself, so don't look for one. (It's not fear of being exposed or modesty or shyness or anything else. It's just time. Not a thing I want to spend it on. I'm also technologically deprived - which is partly just a reflection of that).

But ... if I shot video of myself doing one of these kinds of pre-install paint jobs it would look ... well a lot like that with just a few differences. (None meant to be "tips" - I saw the caboose and you don't need any from me).

First, I have never used that cool of an idea for drying racks, so I wouldn't have those. But now I just might...

I am fond of keeping around some non-skid cabinet liner. I attach that to the top of my sawbucks (usually just stretch around the sides and staple down) so that the work piece doesn't slide around on me.

And I am very likely to get into a 4" roller set-up for these kinds of things. Something like a 3/8" nap for smooth materials (fatter nap for rough sawn stuff). I roll the entire board at once and then brush it out. Work it in a bit, make sure to get the edges and drip-overs, and then one, long full finish stoke down the entire length.

I enjoyed watching, especially as its related to the caboose project. Thanks.
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Joe, thanks for your feedback. I welcome others info on techniques and thought processes.

My thoughts were to not chance any hairs or fuzz going across these as they were very smooth wood, and soft gloss for finish coats. Also I noticed the grey primer show through the lighter part of the brush marks. So I had to use quite a wet brush as to leave behind that full coverage without grey fully showing on the front corners.
I figured I better get them solid looking and weather resistant since it would be a while before the boards were going to be installed and a while after that before I would be painting them in place.
Another reason I brushed only is because I had already brush primed them with coverstain and I knew the regal would be a breeze comparatively.
Steps were::
- orbital sand w/220, quick hand sand 45 corners, vac/dust off.
- Roll primer on back sides and edge. All dry before then brush priming faces out w/1 lay off stroke.
- 9" groove brush all grooves after because I didn't think I'd do them but then I thought I better.
- Hand sanded faces and 45 corners, vac/dust, all boards.
- Tack and first coat Heritage Red soft gloss.
Times 230 boards, I made it a point to have them done craftsman style. No spray, try not to roll.

Posting pics: seems that went sideways on me.
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Any video or example of anybody's work is welcomed. It would be cool to see different types of paint work, like industrial, commercial, floor coating, custom stains, clears, rolling walls, anything.
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I've found that it's tough to shoot videos since I work solo, but here's one of me spraying a garage door last summer. The product was BM Regal Select in the Low Lustre sheen. I used either a 517 or 415 tip.



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I made this one a while back to show a rolling technique to some guys on CT who were telling me I was full of crap saying I took a full stroke down a 20' wall to prevent flashing.

When rolling high walls, I like to split the difference if possible. Stand on a step ladder about half way. You don't have to reach so far. Think I was using a 4-8 extension pole.





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I made one of me eating a war head. 😁 I should post that.
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This is one on of my self critiquing videos. Not a how to. But by the time I did this one, I had primed and finished painted all the other windows, door frames and base at least 3 times.

As you can tell from the air compressor, I'm using my 395 AAA.


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And some afters. This is a repaint. Not new construction.
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This is one on of my self critiquing videos. Not a how to. But by the time I did this one, I had primed and finished painted all the other windows, door frames and base at least 3 times.

As you can tell from the air compressor, I'm using my 395 AAA.

https://youtu.be/wf_OIUKFcsw

The final trim looked nice in the picture, but are you open to critique from others? I'm being pretty hypocritical since I have never posted a video of myself spraying.
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I made this one a while back to show a rolling technique to some guys on CT who were telling me I was full of crap saying I took a full stroke down a 20' wall to prevent flashing.

When rolling high walls, I like to split the difference if possible. Stand on a step ladder about half way. You don't have to reach so far. Think I was using a 4-8 extension pole.

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They make a 3 tier 8-16-24 pole you might be interested in. Although, an 18" is pretty brutal on it, even for a larger framed guy like myself. You find muscles in your back you never knew you had when rolling out massive walls with that thing. But your bucket time seems a lot faster than mine was from the ground on walls of similar height.. I guess it all depends on the terrain you're rolling from (if you have the space for a pole that size). I just know keeping the perfect pressure when going from rolling above you, to rolling below you isn't the easiest thing in the world.
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I do record videos. I am in a few but prefer not. When I'm not if front I don't talk much at all so I'm completely useless.
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I have a tv production ready camcorder and can only turn it on and press record. It's full of all kinds of editing stuff I have no clue how to use.
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Brushing and Rolling walls, super exciting (uh, believe me?)

Man I'm disappointed the phone camera won't capture one wall in the shot, has a small field of view. This was recorded about 2 years ago, late evening at work.
Orange peel texture, 10' (maybe '9) walls, white ceilings, trim is all taped with 2090, no paint to seal the tape. 2 coats going on, Pro Mar 200 (save it) eggshell, lol.

I'm uploading one of me doing the ceiling cut in much more visiblly.
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Pulling wet or dry?
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Pulling wet or dry?
Pretty much dry. I prefer for the paint to set up at least before cleaning up an area. I'm usually off painting another room or two, or cleaning up to go home while the room(s) dries.
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I have some videos in my old thread about NC painting.
Anyone want thread/vids on NC spraying?

Spraying with 1223 tip. New construction.

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I plan to start a YouTube channel titled "The I Don't Know Painter".
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