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Caitlin, we don't use this method agianst the trim, for the tool will not leave this pencil like mark on top of enamel, only on top of a flat paint. Therefore we make all other lines freehand,
Roxanne, Peace is painting, because that's my name..hehe.
Leslie, for certain it's tougher with a texture. Try Frog Tape if you haven't.
One nice thing about making the line in the corner with the tool is that it's a point of reference in an otherwise 'white out' space where you can't discern the exact corner.
Happy New Year, Charles
Straight lines in my life evade me. I can't even shoot a straight-on pool shot. Back cut? Angle? Easy-peasy. So far, in an entire unpainted house, I've been considering walls and ceilings being the same color. I'm gonna try, but...
A straight cut brush will hold more paint for large areas like walls. Angle cut brushes work well for trim.
Color on ceilings looks great. Because ceilings don't get as much direct light as walls, use a fraction of the wall color formula to make it look the same. Clear as coffee?
Happy finding your line,
Deminishing eyesight, inevitable if we hang around here long enough. As Gilda Radner used to say 'It's always something'.