Mark Rayner turns simple terracotta forms into metallic masterpieces.
You will need: 3 contrasting terracotta forms, small roller and a medium paintbrush. Resene Terracotta Sealer and Resene Quick Dry Acrylic Primer Undercoat. Resene Lumbersider in Resene Porsche for the basecoat for pyramid, Resene El Salva for the basecoat for sphere and Resene Rope for the basecoat for planter. Resene Enamacryl Metallic in Resene Bullion for the topcoat for pyramid, Resene Copper Fire for the topcoat for sphere and Resene Magma for the topcoat for planter and Resene Concrete Clear.
To get the look: Mark planted a Cordyline australis 'Albertii' in the 'metal' container.
Paint the outside of each terracotta piece with one coat of Resene Quick Dry Acrylic Primer Undercoat. Allow to dry.
With a small roller, apply two coats of Resene Copper Fire to the sphere, allowing two hours drying time between coats.
With a small roller, apply two coats of Resene Magma to the planter, allowing two hours drying time between coats
With a small roller, apply two coats of Resene Bullion to the sphere, allowing two hours drying time between coats.
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