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Old 10-17-2015, 03:19 PM   #1
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All hand painted and 99 percent of them are at the specified degree of 47 degrees. When you go through the tunnel you enter the multiverse portal.
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Old 10-17-2015, 03:49 PM   #2
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i remember the days when chemicals were needed to see that - well maybe "remember" is not the best description.
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[QUOTE=daArch;992753]i remember the days when chemicals were needed to see that - well maybe "remember" is not the best description.[/QUOTE]

Maybe "Imagine", in the John Lennon sense of the word.
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I think SR had been staring at this picture for a few hours
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What a cool effect!

Can't imagine municipalities here paying for road work like that.
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In Ontario, Canada we pay 13% tax. This is a street art program designed to combat graffiti. I didn't design this . It was picked along with 3 other participants and the public and a committee pick the winner. They then commissioned me to do the work.
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What a cool effect!

Can't imagine municipalities here paying for road work like that.
There's that word again. ????we don't have any psychedelic emoji's
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Jason,

Did you apply any anti graffiti barrier just in case someone tags it?
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Yeah I did I use the sherwin williams anti graffiti coating. Funny because of the designers pickeyness and slight negligence I now have to remove some of the graffiti coating and edit/ correct a small portion.

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And what I surmise is that this sherwin willaims is a sacrificial coating. It doesn't really have any sticking power and comes off fairly easy. I havent removed it from the wall yet but I have applied to other areas just for fun and to see how it acts. It appears that if tagged then it would be removed then re- applied . Sherwin williams doesnt really tell you that. Im not responsible for all that though, meaning the reapply.

Interesting other tid bit is a previous coating possible 5 to 10 coatings previous was literally painted over dirt. find attached pic, This is the under side of at least five previous coats. Its the city so I guess they dont really prep it that great to paint over the graffiti.

It was pressured washed and I did prime it but it dont matter what you build over a pile of sh1t the mansion will still crumble. However this mural should be intact for a long time. The garffiti coating will act as a good seal coat.
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I would have liked to protect the mural with a permanent clear coat, and then apply the sacrificial costing over the top of that. Sometimes these city guys might be too aggressive with the power washing.
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Yeah I have yet to find a decent clear coat that wont yellow . Ruined a 40k job on modern masters clear, interior job too? I have cleared stuff that is dark colors but all these bright colors. Hopefully you'll let me know but I have tried a lot of clears and never have been happy.
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I've used the non yellowing waterborne polyurethanes on a mural with good results. However, I did not apply a sacrificial coating over that to see if it would wash off without damage to the clear coat in the event of a graffiti attack.

I've also sprayed automotive polyurethane over street signs I've made. When tagged, I was able to use a trichloroetylene, or something or other, without damage to the clear coat.
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Hey Jason, which Modern Masters urethane did you have trouble with?

I recently used this one in a dead flat on a tabletop and had some issues. This one also says non-yellowing.

I would think exterior clear coats would have less problems with yellowing.

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yeah it was something like that. That one is supposed to be the damn good certainly cost a lot more than stays clear and such. It pooched me on an interior job. Stirred it up like hell , used a new sleeve, new pan it yellowed pretty bad less than a year later. useless. Tried contacted them still waiting.

I have asked around and heard some remarks on this( attached below ) , but haven't tried it, looks like it cost an arm and leg . Not that that means much.

https://www.kbs-coatings.com/DiamondFinish-Clear.html
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Alright ya'll this is a bonifide bump. Just cut the video for this job. I have been on a editing storm, I am a year behind in all my videos and have finally got around to them. well here you go. I hope you all enjoy.

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Alright ya'll this is a bonifide bump. Just cut the video for this job. I have been on a editing storm, I am a year behind in all my videos and have finally got around to them. well here you go. I hope you all enjoy.

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Awesome work. Wow! Thanks for sharing. What kind of video camera do you use?
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Just curious, how many manhours were involved in that project?
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