Updated: Mar 20
The time-lapse video won't upload out here, I'll have to post it on Saturday.
I primed a third side, painted more base coat and added a second layer of the green trim. I only used a brush for the primer because I was running out and I wanted to make sure it covered all of the areas that I needed it to cover. Brush painting uses much less paint. I also chose to use a brush because the roller didn't seem to get into the grooves and the texture of the walls so I decided not to aggravate myself and just use the brush. I started around 10:00 a.m. and finished at 6:30 p.m. I took probably an hour break and there's a lot of walking in and out of a paddock which the gate is set further away. It was kind of funny because I would get in there and realize I forgot something.
Sherwin Williams acrylic exterior satin paint
Purdy 4" & 3" flat brush
2 paint rollers
Brick Paver color of red (barn red)
The green & purple colors were custom mixed by moi
2 Princeton flat paint brushes
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