Now, using your thin paintbrush, trace over the lines between and beneath the keys. You can make this line as heavy or as thin as you want. Mine are a...
Step 2: Prep Time
Start by cleaning the surface with rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover on a cotton ball. This will help the paint adhere better and last longer. Using either a ruler/straight edge or a thin paperback book and your fine-tip Sharpie, trace the lines of each black piano key. The pattern is three keys, two keys, three keys, and so on. Leave a space the width of a key between each block of three and two.
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