Pattern - Summer Door Clock
- Artist's Tips
- 1. Use chisel blender for all dry brushing. Use #10 or #14 shader or flat wash to do most floating. Use mop brush to soften floats, gently pouncing over water's edge. All line work is done using either #10/0 or #1 liners; always thin paint to inky consistency, fully load liner, then blot tip on paper towel to "sharpen" point.
- 1. Remove clock and set aside. Sand, seal, and sand pieces, wiping dust in between. Base main part of clock Rich Espresso.
- 2. Print out pattern.
- 1. Base entire door Winter Blue. Transfer details. Base top and left sides of "L" shape trim on moldings Blue Chiffon; base lower and right sides Williamsburg Blue. (Note: Use 1/4" painter's tape to help establish clean straight edges.) Float upper left corner of moldings at miter joint Williamsburg Blue.
Close up of Door
- 2. Base all hardware Rich Espresso; dot screws and paint handle Splendid Gold. Shade Williamsburg Blue on door under hardware and to left of wreath.
- 1. Use deerfoot to stipple Black Green; while wet, load toe of brush with Green Mist to stipple highlights. Use #2 shader and Green Mist to stroke random little leaves. Use 10/0 liner to paint daisy centers Marigold and use Snow White to paint petals pulling from outside in.
Close up of Wreath
- 2. Base sign Bleached Sand; shade Charcoal Grey. Paint wording Williamsburg Blue.
- Watering Can
- 1. Base can Bleached Sand. Use Charcoal Grey to shade and to add streaks and rust marks using 10/0 liner. Dry brush Snow White highlight along left side.
- 2. Use Black Green to line flower stems and use #2 shader to stroke leaves. Paint daisies in same manner as wreath.
- 1. Apply two to three varnish coats. Replace clock.