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In a message dated 5/22/00 9:42:25 PM Pacific Daylight Time, Holly112
<< have been asked to do a mural for my parent's church. It is to be
done on a wallboard that currently has no texturing. It has been
sealed and painted (latex).
What I am wondering is what kind of paint would be best to use on
such a surface and how I should prepare the surface. I will be
painting several portraits in the image. Any advice would be
We used plain white latex primer and Benjamin Moore latex interior paint!
Holly :0) >>
For a really nice smooth and 'toothy' texture with no shadows, give it 3 or 4
coats of gesso, sanding between coats.
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