Step 1: Materials
1. A plan of your walls and tetris shape
(I did it on AUTOCAD software and choose my colors with photoshop)
2. Sacrificial cloth for painting
3. A lot of scotch tape ( I used 2 of them for 3 walls)
4. You paint ( I used one gallon of background color, two differents small cans for the pieces)
5. Measure tape
8. A pencil
9. One or more hand roller (I used two of them)
10. One or more paintbrush for the door, the windows, etc.
11. A opener for the paint tank
12. A hammer to close the paint can
13. A level for the line
14. A square trinagle for the shapes
15. Yourself and preferably, a friend or two.
17. Wet colth to correct your mistake on the floor
Step 2: First color
My center: 4feet from the floor
I painted 36 inches larger and a little more (so 18inches each sides of the center)
I run out of paint with the 3rd wall, so I remove some pieces from my AutoCAD plan
Do it once
Do it twice
DON'T FORGET THE WHITE PRIMER
YOU MAY WANT TO WASH YOUR WALL BEFORE PAINTNG
REMOVE YOUR SOCKET AND SWITCH COVER FROM THE WALL
Step 3: Horizontal lines
-Tape horizontal lines each 6 inches (my scotch tape measure 11/16 inche)
So it's 11/16" + 6" + 11/16" + 6" and so on.
-I taped the side of my level because it leave mark on the wall
Step 4: Making the shape
All my dimensions from AutoCAD are exactly does of my rooms
I don't put any shapes under my window, because this wall has not the exact measure for my 6 inches piece of tetris.
Tape verticaly and cut with the X-Acto to make your pieces
Use the measure tape or the ruler for your measure
You may use the square triangle to help you but was really realy bad for my pieces, I don't recommand it.
Step 5: Second color
Do it once,
Do it twice
If you have any holes in your tetris system, don't paint them.