As always, I use my post for a personal diary if some people actually read them and enjoying reading them, cool, but for me, it’s nice to have details about jobs that I know I’ll forget over time.
I know, I know, I say the same thing every time I write a blog, but it’s hard to find the time to keep a steady blog. Hell, I can’t keep a monthly blog going much less a weekly. Which is actually not good for my website. To be honest…I get more traffic every time I write a new post, so you would thank I would write one every day, but for one thing, I’m not a good writer and two, I get busy and forget.
Okay, lets get caught up. I don’t even remember my last post, but I’ve done quite a few jobs since then. Lets start with the last job, the people were awesome, which always makes for a cool job. After talking to the customer, she needed me to do a few projects. One room was for her 2 year son, she wanted me to paint the room two different colors, install a border all the way around room and paint clouds on the ceiling. The border was 6″ wide with a bunch of airplanes flying through clouds, it was really col. The second room was cool too, her daughter (12) drew a dragon and she wanted me to take her drawing and paint it on the wall, above her bed.
Not knowing what the dragon looked like, made it even more fun. When I got over there to start the job, I met the young artist and she was a very sweet. She showed me her drawing and I freaked out, it was really cool. The dragon had lots of detail and a real Asian feel to it.
The customer wanted me to start on the little boys room first.
The customer was in the Air Force, so she loves airplanes. She has tons of model airplanes she was going to hang all over the room, from the ceiling. That’s why she wanted me to paint the clouds on the ceiling. The bottom half of the room is a dark blue color and the ceiling and walls are light blue. She also wanted me to install a border around the room covering up where the 2 colors come together, which is a great idea.
Here’s the pics from that room:
Here’s the dragon:
Thanks, talk to you guys later, Clint