How to Plan a Wall Mural Painting : Using a Tooth Brush for Wall Mural Painting

How to Plan a Wall Mural Painting : Using a Tooth Brush for Wall Mural Painting


IAN LOVEALL: Hi! I’m Ian Loveall with Expert
Village and we’re painting murals today. Last but not least, we’ve got your toothbrush.
That’s right. They’re not just for your teeth anymore. This is primarily used for splattering
and I don’t do a whole lot of this in mural painting because it is messy. But you just
dip it in the paint, and then using usually your thumb or you can even use another brush
if you don’t want to get your hands dirty. And you control how fine or how thick the
spray is by how much water you use. Notice when I add water, the spray gets a little
bit thicker. And if you had a lot, you can get some really nice splatters. This is great
for creating textures in stone, sand even some weaves of fabric. If you’re painting–again,
if you mask, you can create shaded effects. So then we have a line with spray on the other
side there. Again, experiment, experiment, experiment.

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