Make a Statement with your instrument!!
The idea of painting on a ukulele is not really that weird. Some of the instruments, no matter what their color are really just pretty boring. Maybe you are getting ideas right now. That’s great. You definitely need to consider some extra factors when working on a musical instrument. First, it is a musical instrument. The best part is that you get to play the thing when you are done. There is nothing better.
So you don’t have to worry about making costly mistakes, a guide has been put together by the great Kelsi McCausland. She painted the ukulele shown above. She has been creating art on so many different things since her graduation from Art school and actually before. She will guide you through the artistic process. Her father, the not as great Michael McCausland will be your guide to the instrument. He sadly has been a music teacher for the last 25 years but is only a recent ukulele fan.
In this guide you will find
- How to find and purchase and affordable ukulele
- How to know what is appropriate to paint
- How to remove the strings
- What all of the parts are called
- What kind of paint to buy
- How to apply paint or marker
- Smudge proofing the artwork
- Restring it and making it playable again.
As a bonus, you will get exclusive access to video tutorials specifically filmed for this project.
The guide is priced at $8.99 but for a limited time, it will be offered to you for $4.49. That’s half price!!!