This living room wall mural was created using a prime material used in the construction and remodel industry commonly known as patching plaster. Enjoy.
Step 1: A Call to Arms.
* Drawing plans
* Plastic or metal spatulas
* Lanco patching plaster (1 gal. size)
* Wiping rags
* Acrylic paints
* Xacto knifes # 11 and # 17
* 4" paint brush
Step 2: The Ruler.
Our design needs to filter daylight like the transom above the door.
Because of this lighting effect, our hero is going to act like a chameleon. Changing very second of the hour.
Here you see the knife wielding artist drawing the border that will be chipped away as soon it is drawn.
Step 3: Material Safety Data Sheet.
When handling and working with patching plaster, please read the MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET prepared by the manufacturer.
Safety is our #1 priority.
Step 4: The Forces.
For weapons he's using the Xacto #11 for incising the plaster and the Xacto #17 for cutting and shaving 1/4 inch grooves.
Step 5: Patience Is Needed.
The thickness of the plaster is from 1/32 th to 1/16 th of an inch.
Be EXTREMELY patience incising and cutting plaster. Your knife is your pencil and eraser at every moment !
When designing complex themes, always rely on a good set of drawing plans. Never trust your memory.
Step 6: Day and Night.
Batman's silhouette with a 2 pm sun coming from the right. At night, the white will become the black all criminals will hate in Gotham City.
The workbench is an instructable title: Make this carving workbench.
Step 7: The Manor.
The page you see on the right is going to be a tribute to Game of Thrones. Remember, winter is coming.
Step 8: Decade of the '60s.
See the changes in light conditions behind the world's greatest detective.
Step 9: The Joker.
The paint brush is to swipe away the dust and small particles from the design.
Princess Diana of Themyscira will be done in this style.
For those instructable makers concerns who is Princess Diana is, well I'm sure the majority knows . . .
she's Wonder Woman !
Step 10: The Dark Knight Rises !
Full body portrait of Batman taken at KanPo Studios.
The clear glass is completely black.
You barely see the water tank right behind the sliding doors.
No black paint at all !
Step 11: Comic Con .
San Juan, PR Comic Con 2015.
Thank you instructable makers for your time and viewing.
See Ya in the next instructable.