I can paint on a rough texture surface, but it does affect the artwork.  In many situations the texture can enhance the artwork; a rough surface allows for interesting textures and layering.  If the mural will be viewed up close, and has a high level of linear details (for example, trompe l’oeil style murals), you might consider either re-plastering the wall or having the mural painted on panels.

Here are two examples of high detail murals painted on rough surfaces:

Armstrong Brewery Mural

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