A how-to tutorial on applying a brocade texture, also called a knockdown hand texture, to a wall or ceiling.
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Been looking all over to try and find out how to match the texture on a wall i had to repair and thanks to your video, now i know how to do it and that its not nearly as hard as I feared! Thanks a bunch!
can you please guide , that which raw material we must use to prepare the wall texture paste... if we want to make DIY , and not readymade wall texture paste ..
as you keeps the core knowledge, so hope you can easily guide...
thanks for your wonderful tutorials...
and kindly reply...eagerly waiting .....
pretty cool video, not what I was looking for originally (you can add brocade texture to paintings, most of them were modeled though, to look like leaf/organic forms, it goes back to the 12th century that it was used), but really interesting and well made none the less! :)
thanks for this video, I have ceilings done like this by the contractor, and I'd like to paint them, I wonder if you have a video or tips on that. I don't know for certain if it was painted when they did the original, but its been about 18 yrs and its yellow now. So I'd like to freshen it up. Any tips would be appreciated! thanks for this video.
Thanks for the great and easy to follow detail. I have been trying to do it and came close. Your hints about keeping the tools wet made a big difference. How about a video on how to fix an area in the brocade? I had to replace a small area (1' x 1') of drywall so how do I make the patch blend in without it looking like a blob?
Leah You're Fantastic. SO here's what I love about you. You're able to take something, learn the right and best way, add your little twist to make it you ( even better) and then teach it to the masses. I've learned a bunch from you. You have a special gift, please always continue to develop it and help others. Like you do! (me too)
You have a talent for making these instructionals be highly accessible and easy to understand without compromising job quality. I appreciate the time you've invested into doing these lessons for the greater public.
It looks BEAUTIFUL!!! i LOVE your videos, they're the best! and so inspiring :) Thanks so much for sharing your skills and wonderful way of explaining everything. Going to try this this weekend!!! :)))))
Just found your videos. Subscribed. Sure could have used your info when we were renovating an old house a few years back...but we learned by trial and error, and it turned out nice. I'm saving this info for my next house! Love the way you talk. Not condescending at all. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience. 👍
been in the business for 16 yrs.... was taught by some of the best in my area, however it was the school of hard knocks...... love your approach to teaching ,very informative and great demo....keep doing what your doing........ on a side note looks better than a lot of other work I've seen that was waaaay overpriced
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