The tape is off. I'm generally pleased with the outcome. I have some touch up work to do. And I have to hand detail the entire west wall, but I was a bit worried about that when I was glazing it because of how the glaze went on.
Things I have learned:
- The glaze should be applied lightly.
- Glazing works best when the base coat is a light color seeing as how the glaze doesn't necessarily dry completely clear. However, on a light base, it's transparent enough that you don't notice it.
- A better idea for the glazing would be to perhaps repaint the entire wall with another coat of the base color after taping; it (theoretically) accomplishes the same effect as the glaze, which is to seal the sides of the tape.
To whet your appetite though, I thought I'd give you a picture of the tape (and a little "ankle," as it were). Apparently 400 yards of tape is enough to half fill a garbage can.