1: Ask the group or groups to imagine forceful emotions that can be hard to express or name (if you find this difficult imagine a situation instead, things like the first time you rode a bike or the moment before your favourite programme starts)
2: Choose paint colours and patterns that match those feelings
3: Stipple, dab, smear or sprinkle the paints on your paper
4: Blow, finger trace, brush or smear the paint in ways that feel connected to those emotions.
5: Cut shapes out of the pictures to make more art and explore feelings further, what shapes can those feelings take?
6: Make a note for yourself or others of what your painting.