Garage door - part 6

by brae  

Continuing work on the garage door. I aged the panel inserts using the same method as the rest of the door.

I thought an old garage door could use a busted window pane, so I drew a bullet hole freehand with an X-Acto blade.

I was rather pleased with how it turned out.

Just one hole in the window and one on the center of the panel. I didn't want the garage to have been used as target practice. :D

Before installing the panes, I did some aging with spray painting, barely catching them with over spray to simulate dirt.

I bought a Cricut Maker after the last post on cutting the window trims. Since there were so many and the Explore didn't cut all the way through, I decided to re-cut with the Maker, and the results were much cleaner. I painted them black and then aged them with charcoal grey acrylic paint to tone down their crispness.

I also installed metal hinges on the back. I supplemented the supplied nails with epoxy.

The door itself is now complete and I can move on to the tracks and motor.


Comment from: Barbara [Visitor]
Perfect details! Seriously, even your "distressing" is precise.
08/29/20 @ 12:15
Comment from: brae [Member]
:>> Thank you!!! :))
08/29/20 @ 13:49
Comment from: Sheila Lester [Visitor]
I love the bullet hole. I think that's my favorite.
08/31/20 @ 19:47

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