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Oct. 9, 1962
D, DOUGLAS
3,057,097
PAINTERS ' APPARATUS
Filed 0G12. 2l, 1957
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PAINTERS' APPARATUS
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The outline o-f a cardinal `18 and a limb 20` (including
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stems and leaves) is embossed forwardly from the flat
area 10 within the frame. Components such as wings
22, eyes 24, and crest 26 are embossed outwardly from
the outlined figure.
In the modification shown in FIGS. l and 2, the ap
paratus is made of transparent plastic. In order to have
PAIÑTERS’ APPARATUS
David Douglas, 1332 S. 26th St., Manitowoc, Wis.
Filed Oct. ‘21, 1957, Ser. No. 691,273
1 Claim. (Cl. 41-24)
This invention relates to painters’ apparatus -for orna
mentation and particularly to lthe creation of three di
The object of this invention is to provide apparatus of
this type which will enable those unskilled in sculpture
an outline of the figure and its components to show
and mark the areas which are to be painted with a speci
fied color, a print 2.8 is glued or otherwise removably ad
hered to the back of the flat portion 10. rl'ihis print covers
and painting to readily create a `framed colored emboss
rnent or picture in relief.
the entire framed portion and has outlined thereon the
cardinal 18, branch 20, and the components, such as 22,
mensional pictures.
This object is accomplished by apparatus including a
24 and 26.
Within the areas so outlined on the print
member of molded plastic sheet performed to simulate 15 28 are printed numbers, as shown, which are keyed to
a wooden :frame and having embossed within such frame
numbers on vials containing the paint to be applied to
the outline and components of a conventional figure.
such areas. The outlines on the print are in juxtaposition
This member may be transparent or opaque. In the case
with the outlines o-f the embossrnents on the sheet.
of the transparent member, a print is glued or otherwise
In the ymodification shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the ap
removably adhered to the back of the member. This 20 paratus is made of opaque plastic material. In this
print has marked on it in outline the same background,
case, the outline of the cardinal, limb, components and
ñgure, and components as those on the molded member
identification are placed on the surface of the plastic by
arranged in juxtaposition therewith. On this print, within
well~known silk screening process.
the different outlined areas, are numbers or other indicia
Unpainted embossed apparatus is supplied to the un
which are keyed with like numbers or indicia on vialsv 25 skilled painter with vials containing paint marked with
of the paint to be applied to» such areas.
the number of the parts to which such paints -is to be ap
In the case of the opaque member, the background,
plied. It has been »found preferable to advise the un
figure, components, and numbers are outlined by screen
skilled painter to paint the smallest areas first, and stay
ing the Alines and numbers directly on its surface. No
within the outlined areas, filling them completely. In
30 the modification of FIGS. 1 and 2, the painter sights
print is thus needed.
For a detailed descrip-tion of painters’ apparatus ern
through the transparent plastic directly over the area that
bodying this invention, reference is made to the follow
is being painted. Thus, the sides and rounded surfaces of
ing specification read in connection with the accompany
the embossed area will be painted to outline on the print
ing drawings, in which:
with the proper color. The wood-grained frame may be
FIG. 1 is a view in perspective of painters’ apparatus 35 furnished in a natural color or may be colored by the
embodying this invention and employing a transparent
painter to lmatch whatever decor is present in his home.
member;
As one becomes more skilled in applying the paint, spe
FIG. 2 is a sectional view taken on the line 2~--2 of
cial details such as feathers can be colored to conform
FIG. l;
FIG. 3 is a perspective view of painters’ apparatus en1~ 40
bodying a modification of this invention employing an
opaque member; and
with true life or complex color prints of the cardinal.
I claim:
Painters’ apparatus comprising a molded transparent
plastic sheet having an unpainted outer surface adapted
FIG. 4 is a sectional view taken on the line 4-4.
to take paint and having a flat portion, a border raised
II-n both modifications of the painters’ apparatus shown
fro-m said flat portion and shaped to simulate a frame, the
in this application the conventional »figure used for il 45 outline and component of a conventional object raised
lustratin-g the invention is that of a cardinal perched on
from said fiat portion within said border, and a flat print
a limb. Many other conventional figures -may be used.
having an outline and areas of components of a conven
These requiring a greater number of different colors to
tional object identical with that raised from said sheet re
fill in the components of the ñgure are considered more
movably adhered to the flat portion of the back of said
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difficult. The apparatus may also by supplied in sets
sheet `with said outline and areas of components in juxta
having related subject matter.
position, there being indici-a on such print within such out
In both modifications of the painters’ apparatus, a
line and areas of components visible `from the front of
plastic sheet is molded so as to have flat portions or
said sheet.
areas 10 which lie in a vbase plane adapting the apparatus
References Cited in the file of this patent
to rest against and be adhered to a wall. The fiat por 55
tions usually provide the background for the picture. A
UNITED STATES PATENTS
frame is formed by a forwardly projecting short inner
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Allaeys ______________ __ Jan. 24, 1893
edge 12, longer forwardly and outwardly iiari-ng faces
14, and rearwardly projecting sides 16.
The sides 16
terminate substantially in the same plane as the ñat por
tions 10. I't is preferable to provide the faces 14 with
embossments, as shown, simulating the texture of Wood.
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Berninger ____________ __ .lune
Henriksen ____________ __ Dec.
Wilmsen _____________ __ Apr.
Markus ______________ __ Dec.
Grossman ___________ __ May
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