White original doors and windows before woodgraining.
Zilmers job at this manor was to imitate the walnut panels surrounding the doors and windows.
Doors and windows after walnut imitated woodgraining.
This technique is called woodgraining.
Process woodgraining door at library.
Woodgraining is often used as imitation techniques at manors, castles, theaters and in individual homes.
Door after woodgraining wallnut.
It's important to be professional and skilled before a job like this. Color and imitation must be exactly alike in order to achieve the desired effect - those looking at the door not discovering that it is painted.
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This fireplace was very bright in the wood panelled room.
The ceramics was painted with oilpaint and marbled.
Finally coated with high gloss varnish.
It's important to be professional and skilled before a job like this. The knowledge of the paint's properties, the pigments, the imitation, the marbling, the coating, the techniques - takes years of studying.