4. Starting with the outline of the first mountain and using a fine brush, begin painting in Buttermilk, working from the top down.
5. Use a small roller to cover the bigger areas, ensuring the paint is evenly distributed in the top mountain area.
6. With the next colour – Soft Stone – paint the second mountain area in the same technique, starting with a fine brush for the outline and a roller for the middle areas.
7. Repeat on the third mountain area in Copper Blush, and the fourth in Heart Wood.
8. Use a fine brush to make any touch ups.
9. Once the whole mural is dry, repeat the process to apply a second coat. You can add details to the top of the mountain by painting extra layers using a fine brush.
Marianne’s insider tip: As you paint, remember to take a step back from the wall and look at your mural from a distance; it’s important to see the bigger picture as you go.