How to Paint 6×8 Wood Fence Panels

Sep 5th

6×8 wood fence panels – While a beautiful wall painting painted on the side of a wooden roof can add significantly to your landscape, the idea of ​​creating a painting of this impressive size can be scary. With a small sketch and making it a very large painting on an outer surface requires a unique method of painting. To complete such a project, you must first determine how to prepare the surface, what type of color should be used, and how to copy a small sketch on the fence to be painted.

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Press wash the 6×8 wood fence panels and fill any stains on its surface with wood filler. Select one sheet of drawing paper with a grid of 1-inch squares. A square inch of your paper will correspond to a square foot on your fence. Draw a sketch of your design on the paper grid and color it in lightly with color pencils. Apply two layers of acrylic primer to your fence with a roller. Apply a layer of acrylic-based exterior white paint to your primed fence with a roller.

Use a level and dark chalk to draw a grid of 1 foot squares on your 6×8 wood fence panels. Use small drawing as a reference; copy the drawing, the square through the square, on your fence in dark chalk. If you send your drawing a single box at a time instead of looking at the drawing as a whole, it will be easier to copy on the big grid. Paint in chalk contour with acrylic paints outdoor applications. Match colors used, square through the square, the colors used in your little drawing. Paint two layers of acrylic lacquer over the fence with a roll to protect your painting from the elements. Cadmium and cobalt paints are prone to early bleaching. Varnish should not be applied during windy or humid weather.