Look out for our ‘Learn To Paint’ series
Looking to be inspired during self-isolation, and even learn a new skill? Our Mouth and Foot Painting artists are here to help, with our new ‘Learn To Paint’ series.
Follow along as our artists teach you how they paint without the use of their hands, due to physical disability. Learn their artistic techniques, and even try it yourself as they do – with your mouth or feet – if you’re brave enough!
The first in our series comes from mouth painter, Bazza West. He’ll be teaching you how to paint a beautiful daffodil.
You’ll need a palette of primary colours, predominantly yellow, orange and green paint. Bazza has chosen lilac for his background, but feel free to mix it up and get creative! Don’t worry if you don’t have a painting set at home, we stock them in our online shop here.
To make it as easy as possible for all abilities to follow along – particularly if you want to try painting with your mouth – Bazza has created a design outline to help get you started.
Download the design outline here, or follow the tutorial below to see how he created an outline of the design for you to make yourself.
The first video will be live on our website from Saturday 25 April 2020.
Paintbrushes at the ready!
We are delighted to announce a new series of ‘Learn to Paint’ videos with our Mouth & Foot Painting Artists.
Learn their artistic techniques, and even try it yourself as they do - with your mouth or feet - if you’re brave enough!
Our first tutorial comes from mouth painter, Bazza West. He’ll be teaching you how to paint a beautiful daffodil, inspired by a flower in his garden.
Bazza usually paints his design straight onto the canvas, but here he has created a simpler method of creating an outline of this daffodil design to help all abilities to follow at home. Let’s face it – if you want to try painting along with your mouth as he does, you might need some help staying on track!
Watch as he shows you how he created an outline of the design for you to follow along, and keep your eyes peeled for the full painting tutorial on Saturday 25 April 2020.