Mural Planning with a Checklist
In general, before starting the mural it is important to know the size of the mural, the condition of wall you will be painting on to and also the location, eg in a busy public street or some dark back alley.
Simple reasons being is for the amount of paint you will need, the wall preparation before starting to paint and then what type of traffic/pedestrian control you will need to put in place while painting the mural.
Because I was also running a number of workshops with the mural, I had to plan for those extra hands and make sure I had everything they may need while
In no particular order:
- Masking tape
- Long stick
- Drop sheets
- Paint Trays
- Paint opener and woodblock to close
- Roller extension
- Bollards & tape
- Print outs / Plastic A4 cover
- Stirring stick
- Workshop times
- Laundry power washing brushes
- Chair camp one.
- Measuring tape
- Rubbish bin
- Plastic sheet
- Scrubby brush
- Water sprayer
- Glad wrap
- Hi-vis vest (
didntneed this in the end, save for another job)
If you have any questions about any of the mural items, just ask me below.
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