Birdstudio offers three basic styles of Faux Painting:
Primitive: Historically correct materials such as casein, egg tempera or gum Arabic are utilized to bind natural, organic pigments with interpretive, stylized brushwork .
Traditional: Convincing effects achieved with facile brushwork and color pallet.
Detailed: bordering on counterfeit, this technique is virtually undetectable by the naked eye.
Bird Studio techniques employ stable materials and methods to ensure the finish will last for many years.
Practical Faux applications:
Situations where the original material is unavailable.
Concealing unsightly panels, vents and covers.
Disguising security structures i.e. cameras, gates and doors.
Hiding unsightly repairs and discolored areas in existing material.