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Old 05-27-2016, 03:25 PM   #41
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Thanks everyone for keeping the thread going in my absence....

I did try the poster putty, worked great! Cost two bucks for a 2oz. package.

For some reason, PT keeps saying my picture files are not valid....hmmmmmm
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Thanks everyone for keeping the thread going in my absence....

I did try the poster putty, worked great! Cost two bucks for a 2oz. package.

For some reason, PT keeps saying my picture files are not valid....hmmmmmm
Because they are faux pictures maybe?
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Because they are faux pictures maybe?
Yeah.....so I dont know what is going on. I just tried to load a pic that ive already posted and it is still saying invalid whatever
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Yeah.....so I dont know what is going on. I just tried to load a pic that ive already posted and it is still saying invalid whatever
It's doing it to me also
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Hey, the pictures are uploading!

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I also went back in and added some texture paint here and there. These are the areas I used the putty,obviously. It was easy to locate and remove.
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Ready for glaze.

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I also went back in and added some texture paint here and there. These are the areas I used the putty,obviously. It was easy to locate and remove.
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You missed a couple spots
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These pics show how I apply and work the glaze


First the grey

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Smoosh and smear

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Then the brown

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Smoosh and smear


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Then squeegee off as much as you can

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I think I overdid it a little,but the homeowner loved it,so fine by me.

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Desk...

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These are the same color,the lighting and windows threw everything off.


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BTW,no chickens were distressed or otherwise traumatized in the creation of this fake painting.
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Very nice distressed look! Holy cow how many steps? I might be missing one or 3.
Stain
Texture
Crackle
Pull off with poster putty?
Paint?
Glaze 1
Glaze 2

Top coat? Are you working today?
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Very nice distressed look! Holy cow how many steps? I might be missing one or 3.
Stain
Texture
Crackle
Pull off with poster putty?
Paint?
Glaze 1
Glaze 2

Top coat? Are you working today?

Three passes of Aura Chantilly Lace
Top coated with Coronado Dull/Flat

It all looks a lot whiter/brighter in person. The wall was in a narrow hallway, so hard to photograph.

Finished Friday, stayed in bed Saturday, ten days start to finish
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when my horny neighbor billy used to stumble home to the farm after a night out with the boys, and straight to the chicken coop......now that was a distressed chicken coop!
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By"horny neighbor billy", you mean younger dude Pacman, dontcha?
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By"horny neighbor billy", you mean younger dude Pacman, dontcha?
No. I mean the famous billy the chicken.....nevermind. you should change your avatar pic from a kitten to a cougar. You cradle robber you!
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