Volumetric Drawings On The Wall: MASTER CLASS

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Volumetric Drawings On The Wall: MASTER CLASS
Volumetric Drawings On The Wall: MASTER CLASS

Video: Volumetric Drawings On The Wall: MASTER CLASS

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Video: Master class the flower bas-relief of gypsum plaster DIY 2023, January
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I often see on the net a beautiful wall decoration with a volumetric pattern. I am delighted with this design! But… for me it’s just a dream so far! I think this design will help someone when choosing a design for their apartment.

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I really like such simple and laconic drawings. … And why do we need all sorts of wallpaper, I took it and painted on the wall everything that my imagination tells me. Although, of course, only a professional can implement many ideas …

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But a similar drawing is within the power, I think, for everyone:

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Volumetric patterns on the wall. Step-by-step interior decoration master class

For volumetric wall decoration, you need a little free time and patience, because decorating walls is a laborious task. An interesting way of volumetric wall decoration is stenciling and painting it further. You can buy a ready-made mass to create a relief, or you can make it from plaster putty. Stencils are also sold in stores, but it is not always possible to find a suitable one. We will show you how to make a stencil for volumetric wall decoration yourself.

If you're not an artist, look for pattern ideas in wallpaper samples.

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For volumetric wall decoration, we need:

Thick cardboard sheet 50 x100 cm;

masking tape;

sandpaper;

gypsum putty (36 UAH / 30 kg);

primer (20 UAH / 30 kg);

acrylic paint (21 UAH / 4.5 kg);

knife; putty knife; plaster stack;

brush; spray;

scraper; oil felt-tip pen.

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We put a sheet of thick cardboard on a hard surface, draw a prepared pattern on it and cut out a stencil.

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We attach the stencil on the wall with masking tape, evenly apply a prepared mass of gypsum plaster into the holes.

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When the plaster begins to set (it has already fixed on the wall, but has not yet hardened), carefully peel off the stencil from the wall.

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Using a plaster stack, fill the voids in the relief with gypsum.

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Sprinkle the plaster relief with water and model it with a brush.

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When the relief is dry, we wipe its surface with sandpaper and a scraper.

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To make the surface of the relief stronger, we saturate it with a primer varnish.

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We paint the entire wall with an ornament with acrylic paint. We apply two layers.

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Then the drawing can be tinted gold with an oil felt-tip pen (or a thin brush)

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And a few more ideas for volumetric decor on the walls:

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