New Project First Timer on Dry-Wall
Well, I am no professional taper but this is what I have done. I have installed and taped probably 500 sheets of drywall.
There is a product for inside corners called Shur-corner. It keeps a great inside straight vertical corner. It is embedded with aluminum and works great. 1 coat to put it up and then 2 coats to finish -Done.
Outside corners I used to use the metal corner bead. I recently,have moved to the vinyl simply out of ease. Spray glue and its not moving. It also accepts a bump or 2 a little better than the metal corner bead does. In addition I like to use the rounded bullnose on corners that will get a lot of traffic. Also gives the areas a softer feel, paints up nice, and my customers have liked it.
I always start with green lid and finish with the blue lid. I rarely have gaps bigger than 1/4" so filling is not that big of a problem(I am not perfect but I try not to leave big gaps in my drywall)
Just myn2 cents. The pros are way better than me, so .....