Hello Don, long time no talk. You've heard the phrase, "small world, but I wouldn't want to paint it", well, I just did a floor overlay in a greenhouse. Not too big, at 16x16, but it seemed bigger when I textured the whole thing using your vertical kit! The results were very good (of course) , photos coming your way soon. Nice to know there are options to keep a guy going in case someone relieves you of your floor stamps against your will. I pity the fool that tries to take that black bag!
Hi don....im the one who just ordered the rollers & carving toolfrom hawaii....its the best tools for vertical & touch up when im stamping concrete...its the second time i've ordered from your website... Great stamps
Hey Don, thanks for friend-ing. lol Guess proper term is be-friending. I've looked at the tool kit on Walttools site. Very impressive. Won't be too long before I am able to own it!! Really excited about the possibilities all the skins and rollers offer! Wish more videos were available on site to watch the creations possible. But, I understand that the one that describes everything is plenty long enough. I'm just hungry for videos and information as a newbie right now! Excited about this work. Namely just for me at this stage. Concrete is my answer for every question as a home owner! Inside and out. Can't wait to hone my skills to re-create my home environment in whatever way my imagination and skill take it! Seen some beautiful stuff on here! Hopefully I will be sharing my own creations sooner rather than later. Not sure how long the learning curve will be for me. :)
Don, Was looking on Walttools and I love the Weatherwood set. Any chance of a video around demonstrating these in use? One of my main goals is to be able to completely clad my house exterior. Currently I have cedar siding, that look is a good one for my home, but I wish to vertically carve and stamp my exterior walls. A mix of wood look and stone may really be the ticket for what I would like to do. I plan to purchase the Master kit first to start my learning on sheets of OSB. But I'm truly intrigued by the Weatherwood set.
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