Tuesday, March 20, 2018


Alright, so, I've been getting emails about some of my older posts.  Questions regarding my painting techniques, etc.  I can't tell you how many questions I've been asked about this stand I painted nearly 6 years ago.

If you've been following me for awhile, you know that my painting is more of an artistic approach.  I rarely do things exactly the same way twice.  I experiment a lot.  I layer until I get the look I want, and on and on.  Such was the case with this stand.  I don't always use the same paint.  The base color was a grey primer, but, I don't recall what brand.  This was followed with layers of paint in various shades of white and grey.  I highlighted the details with white.

If you want to know the basics, you can check out  my OLD WORLD FINISH tutorial by clicking HERE

I've used this basic technique many times as a finish, and, as a starter before going nuts with more layers.  Although it focuses on gesso, you can use watered down paint for a similar look.  One thing I always suggest is that you practice on a scrap piece of wood before tackling a big project.

I'm also a FARRAGOZ affiliate.  A great course on creating weathered finishes, like these projects I had fun transforming.

You can also learn how to mix your own gesso.

DISCLAIMER:  I get a commission if you decide to take the FARRAGOZ course HERE.  However, I honestly think this is one of the best courses for learning aged painting techniques.

On another note, I've decided to continue my ETSY discount of 15% off on orders of $20 or more.  It may be a permanent thing.

I'm very grateful for everyone who supports my shop.  I'm continually adding new items.

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