Originally Posted by tucsondave
Thanks 10e6 MM.
I did a test and really like what I am seeing.
Some threads here mention beer.
Far too few, actually.
I'm still unclear about the whole beer thing. Is beer to be consumed between dusters or at the end of the day?
Ample pre-liquidification is advised to promote a willingness to initiate action.
Consumption between coats (...the amount thereof...) is wholly dependent upon the required time for the screen to Dry. The initial Duster coats (1 & 2) usually allow for just a single 12 oz. quaff. Successive coats, taking longer to dry, allow for a more through wetting. (2 minimum)
Will beer cause me to lose control of my Wagner?
If one but maintains a firm grasp on his tool, he should manage to get the job done. It's the direction you spray that must be taken into consideration.
Even so, over consumption of alcohol has been proven to be detrimental to performance to many...while being a decided asset to others.
Should I drink ambient Lite beer since I can not completely darken my room in the daytime?
Consumption of sub-par Brands can lead to unsatisfactory results. And it is always good to remember, the lighter the Room, the darker the brew.
Will a dark beer provide more shadow detail?
If it is Guinness Stout, things might actually go dark sooner than expected.
I would think Shiner Bock would give brighter whites and deep shadows.
No....mostly just a bad headache that prevents one from looking at bright objects, and leaves one with deep shadows under the eyes.
Should I wait to paint until the weather warms up to beer drinking temperatures?
Only if you cannot effectively crank up the heat indoors to "get nekked" levels and squirt in a sub-tropical invironment.
Thirsty in Tucson