Templates have been around since the 8th Century and thought for the first time, be the Chinese. They proved to be a proven and achieve long-term, add ornamental decoration for centuries in all areas of design.
Of Arts and Crafts styling with highly detailed designs and ornamental Victorian stencil held their own have come while other methods of decoration and gone over the decades.
Used to add decorate walls, ceilings, furniture and even concrete outside beauty and detail, the template popularity has in recent years grown in importance, even in the richest households and businesses.
Patterns in relief are a unique twist on standard template, just because you grout holes through the template to apply a relief pattern instead of color create. The material of this specialty stencil is much thicker than standard paint stencil to achieve visibility allowed. Ordinary craft stencils or paint is usually not good for this application.
Stencil in the air, combined with decorative plaster mold was in our beloved "White House" at the end of the 20th Century introduced when she graced the walls of the Red Room before Eleanor Roosevelt decided to renovate.
There is not much additional information about the history of Stenciling trees and no indication as to why he will not be a popular method of decorating the walls, but the reintroduction of this lost art in 2004 the country by surprise and was the treatments wall of the most popular and interesting our time.
Stenciling increases not limited to walls and ceilings but. She finds herself in the art forms of all kinds! Used with wood putty or "icing" on wood furniture, it creates the look of hand-carved designs that deceive the experienced carpenter! Used on concrete, it appears that the design as a hand carved relief element.
Create fabulous artwork on canvas with plaster masks is simple and inexpensive.
Plaster stencil on canvas, select the canvas mounted on cardboard instead of canvas stretched over wooden frames are. You need the plaster surface.
First the screen as you would a wall before painting.
An interesting background texture is by applying a thin layer of joint compound or plaster primer on with a trowel, create a bucket for leaving textured trowel or spatula bumps and natural minor peaks are achieved. Allow propagation of errors between nature give more details on the surface.
Allow to dry completely.
The sealing of the adhesive plaster with a wash-half white and half water. This allows you to go to the paint surface smooth. Joint compound or plaster is very porous and the color does not easily absorb. Wash the adhesive makes the surface porous and non-coherent.
I have three different materials for creating reliefs on canvas (found in art stores) Plaster of Paris, grout and molding paste.
Find your stencil on canvas gypsum high as you want and duct tape on the other. You can tint the joint compound before select the transaction or heavily pigmented paints for artists prior to the addition of the design canvas.