Published at Friday, September 28th 2018. by Glenna Silva in Storage Bench.
Bench painting with linea and I'm using the all-natural sea sponge to put it on, I'm putting my paint into a little paper plate tray and I'm getting my sponge loaded with paint. You should also have a bucket of water. Handy a towel and a little brush, so let's go over here and look at my bench that I've done so far.
This is the first coat of Sofia and I've put linea on the back and now I'm going to show you how I would do it here. What I love about using the sea sponge is it's so easy to get into all these little things that are hard to paint when you're painting with a brush.
You can just take your finger and push it in those crevices, and so you put it on any kind of a swiping motion like this and don't worry so much about it right now. Just get your color on and now what you're going to do is you're going to. I might want to get more in the crevices, and now what I'm going to do is use a technique where I'm kind of rolling this bunch. I'm also going to turn it over and remove a little bit of paint here in there like this.
So now I'm gonna come down here and I already did my other side, so I have some paint that's coming over from the other side, which is good and I can still work on it. So now let's say I want this lighter and I know I have a lot of paint on my sponge right now.
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