If you look really hard you can see penciled lines. I made a template of a diamond shape and traced it over and over. I started down the center using one of the seams in the wood and worked out from there.
I was using painters tape at first but it took way too much time. The corners had to be cut exact with a razor blade. So I abandoned that and just free handed the green painted diamonds.
More green diamonds! Looking pretty cool at this point. I think I quit for the day at this point. These green diamonds took me three days. Hard on the legs and back.
By now I was curious about how the glaze would look so I tried some in the corner. People said it looked like "smeered mud", "spilled coffee" and "chocolate milk".
Almost done with the green. I still had to save the bath, pantry and a little bit more for another day. It was just that exhausting!
A big sigh of relief after all the green was done.