By Jennifer DeitchIn an age when the art world is still reeling from the Great Recession, we’re still struggling to figure out how to put on a primer coat.
A primer coat is an expensive but important step to getting your paint to last and get the job done.
Here’s how to do it.
The process involves soaking the paint in water for at least a day, then adding it to a paintbrush.
This step will allow you to get a thicker, smoother coat of paint and also give your paint more surface tension.
You’ll want to do this on a high-quality brush and make sure it’s well-aged.
You’ll then coat your primer with an even layer of paint.
The paintbrush, by contrast, will be sprayed a thin layer at a time.
The brush will need to be slightly larger and slightly larger than the brush, to create a layer of a thicker color.
You want the paint to get wet enough to coat everything and to be able to get it wet enough so that it’s dry enough to dry.
Once you’ve added all the paint and have the brush wet enough, you can move on to the next step, applying your paint.
The first step is to get your primer to a solid, even layer.
You should have about one to two layers of primer on the surface.
The more layers you have on the paint, the more difficult it will be to apply the color.
If your paint is too thick to paint, you’ll have to use more than one layer to achieve the desired effect.
Once the first layer is dry, you’re ready to start painting.
You’re going to be painting over the primer layer in an effort to create depth.
You don’t want to paint the surface too thin, which will just give your color a glossy look.
To get the best result, use a paint brush that’s a bit wider and a paint mat that’s slightly taller than the paint brush.
The paint brush should have a very thick coat, so try not to use too much pressure on it.
If you can’t get a brush that has the same width, try going smaller.
The goal is to make your paint as thick as possible.
If the brush is too thin and the paint dries unevenly, you may need to add a coat of varnish.
Finally, you want to add some color.
It’s important to keep the paint dry, and to avoid adding too much color.
Once you’re painting over all the primer, you should be able see the color in your paint and be able click the brush on the color to see the colors in it.
The colors that you see will depend on the thickness of the paint you have in the brush.
So if you have very thin paint, use less pressure.
If it’s a lot of paint, try painting with a paint roller.
Once your paint has dried, it’s time to apply your primer.
Use a paint pad that has a thin enough brush to cover the surface of the primer and to keep it wet, which means no more wet spots.
This will make your primer coat last longer and create a smoother surface.
The next step is when you’re spraying the primer.
Your brush should be the same size as your paintbrush or paint mat, and it should be slightly taller.
This should allow you the ability to paint over your primer without the brush moving.
The sprayer should be positioned so that the paint that you’re spraying onto the paint pad is a thin line.
This allows you to hit the paint with a precise amount of paint without it sliding around in the sprayer.
Finally you can put on your paint by spraying the paint on the primer you’re applying.
Be careful to paint evenly on the top and bottom of your primer, so you don’t get streaks.
This helps keep the primer from drying out too much.
Here’s a video tutorial on how to paint primer paint with primers, using the same technique as the paintbrush and paint mat method.
The video shows how to spray the paint onto the primer while the brush and paint are still wet.