To begin with, the participants are grouped into different teams. Each team is given a canvas on which it is to paint their art. The team then collects paint, brushes, and a diagram that shows what they are to paint on their canvas. Each team is expected to mix their paints correctly so as to get the desired color of paint that matches the colors in the diagram. A team that cannot complete any of the aforementioned tasks (color mixing or painting) can ask for assistance from any other team. This makes the whole activity a collaborative effort. This also allows different teams to join their canvases together to see whether the overall picture created matches their desired artwork. Even so, after each team complete painting its canvas, it can take a break while its painted canvas is collected for framing. All the canvases are framed together into one giant artwork that is then veiled by a large cloth. Then the teams are recalled to the viewing stage where they are debriefed for a moment before the Big Picture is unveiled. If it is the desired artwork, the teams will cheer together and applaud the effort of one another.