That’s where the madness comes in.Looking good.
You plan on burnishing? Curious how you plan to go about it, if you do.
Me too!I wonder why they wanted to go with a venetian/marmorino finish? I would have tried to do a regular lime plaster or even sell a skip trowel sheetrock mud with glaze on top.
yes, I tried to steer them that direction. But now she can tell all of her friends it’s real.
I dunno. Every time I think venetian I think it should be polished and look like marble.
Yeah...nobody wants to see that, I’m a fat old lady.Oh no!! How long did they take till u were able yo get back to work? She cost me three days. It wasn’t just the money ;I also needed her approval for the glaze, even though I already had an approved sample. She scared me with her ever changing idea of our communications. That thread has been haunting me too...I’ve got red flags up after reading some of the stories :-/
Look absolutely fabulous! I’ve sprayed rubbing alcohol on plaster to create a flash dry drip finish similar to what your trying to avoid...some dripping can bring a certain charm Thats hilarious. The designer here also tried to convince me the drips were charming and to stop worrying over them. But, the client expressed her displeasure about them this morning. That wall has been finished for four days. How those arms doin? *too bad it isn’t almost summer season so u could show those guns off afterwards hehe
That was YOU I smoked that with????!!!!I could swear i smoked some marmorino madness in norcal one weekend.
So next time you go getting into trouble, give me your email first! And for what it’s worth, I’ve felt slightly stupider since your time in the barrel. :biggrin:Love you too! Things are happening mid January! Yeah, you mean impeachment, right?lain:Sorry I didn't contact you. Its okay. :smile:I was locked out. Yeah, that was a trend there for a bit. :glasses:I've missed you and Slinger.Yup, but....Hey, fun fact- did you know we’re not allowed to utter the name of a banned member? Me either!!!! :sad: