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02:25 Wash Vase
02:40 Spray paint dirt layer
02:56 Orange and dirt layer
06:32 Start mouse vase
07:23 Burnt Umber paint layer
09:05 Adding texture paste to the top and the inside of the vase
09:23 Scoring the texture paste
09:55 Burnt Umber and Limewash added to the top
21:36 Final layer on the vase
In the video, tI demonstrated how to create a rustic and aged look on a green glass balloon vase by using a technique called faux rust antiquing. This involved using products such as burnt umber orange paint, lime wash, potting mix (sieved), and brown and black spray paint from Rustoleum. By layering these materials onto the vase, I was able to create a weathered and distressed look that resembled rust.
Additionally, I also repaired a "mouse vase" by using burnt umber, lime-wash, and patch filler. This involved applying the burnt umber and lime-wash to the surface of the vase to give it a distressed and antique look, and then using the patch filler to fix any cracks or imperfections on the vase.
Overall, I was pleased with the outcome of both the faux rust vase and the repaired mouse vase. I also expressed excitement to try creating another faux rust vessel in the future. To protect the finish of the vases, I used a matt varnish from Rustoleum.
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