Painting III

After the 2nd coat of Brown Sugar, we cut-in and applied the first coat of good old "Durability" grey. The dividing line was traced with pencil and the help of a long level 40" from the floor. A Black stripe will eventually cover where the brown and grey meet so masking was not necesary. We just eyeballed it with a brush and were careful with the rollers.

After we found the first coat of cut-ins somewhat tedious with a brush, we bought some 4" rollers and it made the job much easier and cleaner. Small Rollers can easily cover unusually curved surfaces like the top of this pillar.

We were really pleased once this corner pillar started to look more and more like a Berlin watchtower. Happy to take advantage of the architectural oddities found in the Diefenbunker.