Blue Patina & Bronze Paint FX On Concrete Leaf

In this video we apply washes and the dry brushing technique to create a faux blue patina with bronze paint effects. As you can mostl likely tell from the thumbnail, the object getting the paint FX treatment is a concrete leaf. The concrete leaf has been featured on the channel wih other paint jobs and you can also find out how to make a concrete leaf from scratch, make a latex leaf mold along with many other leaf molding and casting videos on the channel.

DRY BRUSH Vs PAINT WASH

We compare the dry brushing technique with a paint wash on two concrete casted plaques with Celtic designs. [00:00] Intro. [01:10] Dark mix of acrylic paint wash on plaque pre-painted/undercoated with silver metallic paint. [04:25] Dry brushing silver metallic paint onto plaque pre-painted/undercoated with dark mix of acrylic paint. [05:44] Outro.

FAUX COPPER PATINA On A CONCRETE LION STATUETTE

Today, we aim to replicate a natural and authentic looking copper patina effect using acrylic paints on a concrete statuette of a lion which was casted last year in around the Autumn/Fall time.



We use regular acrylic paints and metallic acyrlic paints combined with dry-brushing to create the desired effect!

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PSYCHEDELIC PAINT FX On CONCRETE FOSSIL

A relatively easy, simple and effective paint effect to apply to concrete casts or many other types of casts made from varying materials besides concrete. In this video we paint a concrete casted ammonite fossil in a psychedelic or perhaps a mother-of-pearl kind of paint effect using a base coat of three pastel-esque colours and a dry-brushing of silver metallic paint over the multi-coloured base or undercoat.

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RUSTY METALLIC PAINT FX On CONCRETE SKULL

Creating a rust and corrosive metallic look and effect on a concrete skull tealight candle holder cast which was casted around September/October of this year of 2020 (videos on channel). We also paint the molten part of the concrete candle red and add hightlights to the overall concrete piece to add depth to both the skull and the dripping candle features on the ornament.

Easy OLDE WORLDE PAINT WASH Effect For Concrete Ornaments

Now the days are getting shorter and colder, we can get on with painting some of our concrete casts, pieces and ornaments which we made earlier in the year.

Starting off on our first paint job of winter 2020, we decided to go with a basic black wash over concrete to create a weather and time worn olde worlde paint wash effect!

Prior to applyng the wash, we applied concrete dusproofer/hardener which is featured in the previous video on the channel. We don’t always use the dustproofer, so results may differ if applied directly to bare or raw concrete.