this painting tutorial is for the novice interior painter. It’s not meant to be a step by step process. It’s about getting the job done. If you’ve ever painted a room before and didn’t have the benefit of a video tutorial, this is probably not the book you would like.
you cant just go to a store and buy something and expect it to turn out right. you actually have to see it for yourself.
I have to say I was skeptical at first. I thought the whole point of this painting tutorial was to get at the texture, but I was wrong. It only took me another ten minutes to get the hang of using the airbrush to do exactly what you see here. I used a watercolor pen to paint a thin outline around each of the squares in the texture, then used the airbrush to fill in the rest.
I know what you’re thinking. The whole point of the airbrush here is to get at the texture of the paint on the walls. But honestly the texture is not that important. What is important is getting the correct color and thickness just right. And it took me a while to figure that out, because you’d think I’d have some experience with airbrushing but I’m still very new to this.
The paint on the walls is actually a watercolor texture I created. The idea is that you can paint the watercolor textures on walls using a watercolor pen. This is a great technique for painting a lot of textures, such as wood grain, or the texture of a stone floor. I’m not sure I can say the same for a watercolor texture on walls.
I think this is a great technique to use with watercolor pens and paints. And if you think about it, with watercolor it is an automatic process. You just draw the watercolor and then you stick it on the wall.
The only problem I’ve had with this technique is that you can’t really get the watercolor paint to stick to the wall. The wall is a very flat surface so it’s very easy for the watercolor to flow off of it. The texture of the wall is a flat surface too so if you apply the watercolor then the texture is also flat. So you end up with a texture that flows off of the wall. But I think this is a very good technique for textures like that.
The same technique works for painting interior furniture. The only difference is that you use two coats of paint.
This is a great technique for very flat surfaces like walls, but I know this is often a challenge for people who are trying to paint interior furniture because you need to be sure to apply the paint without moving the pieces or damaging the surface. This is also a good technique for painting surfaces like doors because the watercolor paint can flow off the surface and easily flow onto an interior wall.