the very first paint we're going to put onthis wall is our sky color. this is the most distant from us and everything else you paintis going to be in front of this color. so what i've done already is painted this uphere. and i haven't just painted on the ceiling which you can see that i've also done. it'sall over the ceiling, solid. but i've also come down from the ceiling, over the cornerand then down somewhat onto the wall. why is this? well i want the ceiling to be thesky primarily. but i don't want it to like a very artificial corner look. so i want thesky to bleed downward somewhat onto the wall. because the sky is going to meet what's goingto eventually be our hill area down here which is where we're going to be painting in oursavanna color we've already poured. but you
have to make sure the sky color is alreadyon here. and what's more the sky color should be dry so you don't have a lot of of blah,blah, blah, color mixing here. i would suggest you do the sky color first and in additionyou allow at least one to two days for the sky color to fully dry. so you're going tohave a nice solid demarcation line here between your sky and your savanna grass.