Artist Learns to Paint with his Mouth

Artist Learns to Paint with his Mouth


as someone who grew up as an artist and
was someone who loved to do different art things from painting drawing and
sculpting I did not let my disability stop me from continuing on with that so
I’m going to explain to you the steps it takes for me to paint with my men the
first step in my process is designing and the object or item that I would like
to paint then what I do is have my worker take that item object or image
and transfer it onto the material or background piece that I would like to
paint it on so I just have my worker draw out of this landscape for me to
start to paint and see exactly how the process goes from taking it from a
straight draw honey into a full-blown painting step two is deciding what type
of medium you would like to paint with for this painting I’m going to paint
with oil and see exactly how it comes out
when I calendar in the past is that painting with acrylic paint is a lot
more difficult that well as it dries very quickly and there’s no or
blending very easily for myself using my mouth
step 3 is for myself to put something so that I do not get dirty and so what I
use for this is a chef’s coat that ladies during school when I first
started painting with my mouth I was using just my mouth in terms of my teeth
and my left so hold a paintbrush that did not work very well for me so I went
to my dentist and spoke to him about creating an appliance that allowed me to
paint with my mouth they created me an appliance similar to a retainer it goes
over my bottom teeth and is made of metal and plastic from the middle of the
retainer to allow for a paintbrush to be attached to put this retainer into my
mouth I have to be extremely careful because the metal and plastic are not
very smooth and sometimes are very sharp I can cut my lips or any inside of my
cheeks while putting in it this is how I put the retainer in my mouth to start my
painting process now I have the retainer available to
help you paint when oil painting and it’s always best to start with the
background and move forward from them so what I have done is I have numbered my
church so that I know exactly which order I’m going to paint in I’m going to
start painting the sky first and move forward from there you can still party
both in society to what one down I am moving to a bigger brush so that I
do not take forever to paint the sky painting with your mouth is a slow
process so I am still working on this painting I have started and and going to
continue working on it until I am finished once I am finished I will share
the painting with everyone to see the final product thanks for tuning in to
another episode of a quadriplegics guide to the galaxy stay tuned for more videos
on things that I have been able to accomplish with my disability and
without the use of my hands

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