The Marianville Bank stands as a
symbol of strength and success for the small town of Marianville. Graced
by majestic marble columns, this proud structure will make a wonderful addition
to your collection!
Mold 1920 - 8 x 6 x 5" -
Marianville Bank - $79.98
Colors and supplies
SS-87 Emperors Gold
AC-516 Porcelain Mist Spray
SS-130 Medium Gray TL-105
TL-108 Ginger Oak
SS-137 Jet Black TL-113
SS-183 Rich Peach
SS-194 Med. Taupe TL-126
SS-212 Lt. Umber TL-134
SS-237 Dark Brown
SS-113 White Iridescent
SS-356 Wedgewood Blue SS-417 Black Pearl
SS-373 Brick Red
SS-375 Ivory Tusk
Begin with properly cleaned and fired 04-06 bisque. Thin SS-135 White
with 1/3 water. Using a soft brush, base coat the entire piece, making sure to
get into all cracks and crevices. When dry, apply a second coat of full
strength color. Antique the entire piece with TL-113 Hyacinth Blue. Use a soft
cloth dampened with AC-520 Solvent to wipe back highlights. Spray with AC-516
Apply TL-105 Sable to the bricks on the building. Gently wipe back some
highlights. Spray and allow to dry. In a random pattern, paint the bricks with
SS-183 Rich Peach, SS-194 Medium Taupe, SS-212 Light Umber, SS-237 Dark Brown,
SS-356 Wedgewood Blue and SS-373 Brick Red. Spray and allow to dry.
Apply TL-108 Ginger Oak to the stones on the foundation. In a random
pattern, paint the stones with SS-130 Medium Gray, SS-373 Brick Red, SS-356
Wedgewood Blue and SS-212 Light Umber. Spray and allow to dry.
Paint the flat part of the roof with SS-137 Jet Black.
Apply TL-004 Black to the corners and stone ledge. Gently wipe back and
allow to dry. Dry brush with SS-135 White to desired effect.
Paint the columns, front fascia and the parapet with SS-113 White
Iridescent Pearl. When dry, dip a natural sea sponge in SS-417 Black Pearl and
stamp a random pattern on the columns and parapet to resemble marble. Use
TL-004 Black on the front fascia and wipe back, leaving black in the cracks and
Paint the word “BANK” with SS-137 Jet Black. Spray and allow to dry.
Paint the window panes with SS-375 Ivory Tusk. Paint the valances over
the windows with SS-130 Medium Gray.
Paint the door with SS-373 Brick Red. Paint the door knobs with SS-87
Apply TL-134 Black Forest to the grass. Gently wipe back some
highlights. Use TL-125 Sunflower and TL-126 Tangelo to add some additional
highlights. Spray and allow to dry.