Ready to release your artistic powers? It seems like a lot but it is not difficult, anyone can do this and remember that there is no right or wrong! Also a common mistake at the start is to think that it does not work out fine or that it is not beautiful. I would say go on and when you have done a meter stand at a distance and view your work from here! Looks very different doesn't it? And tell yourself from what distance do you normally view your walls, yes ... not from the point where you were just working.
Back 2 work ... but how ... first of all, be patient, the previous layer must be dry first. But since you still have to mix the paint and Milk Paint dries quickly, you can probably continue on the same side as you started with step 1.
You will need a paint tray or bowl for this. Take something big enough to wring out a dishcloth above with 2 hands. In this step I chose the bright orange color "Outback petticoat". Put the paint in the container and take your lint-free cloth with it. Give the cloth a few twists and fold the outer edges inward until the cloth is about the width of your 2 hands together. Repeat this every time you need to get paint. Now dip the cloth in the paint and squeeze it lightly until at least it doesn't drip too much.
Now comes the funniest part. Roll the cloth over the wall. As shown in the video. This again crisscross and if desired overlapping until the desired result is achieved. We call this technique the wrapping method. You get an irregular yet even result with this! Nobody has such a wall.
Remember that you can stop at any time, so you don't have to apply another coat of paint if you don't want to, but it does add depth and makes the contrast more nuanced.