Firstly, the artisan chooses a handmade paper, and it is then placed over a table set to their comfort height. Then using a long plastic scale and pencil, a border for the Warli art is drawn. Once the border is drawn, with the help of a paintbrush black acrylic paint is applied over the border design to highlight it. Now the artisan proceeds to the interiors of the work, to start with the sketch of a scene from the Warli tribe life, using a pencil, which may include episodes like a normal day in their life, marriage, festival, or any other celebrations. These are done using white acrylic colour or a mixture of rice powder, water, and glue. It often holds a depiction of human lives, birds, animals, village houses, scenery, daily utility products, etc. Women with a pot on their head, drummers with the instrument, men holding flame torches, people carrying a baby on the hip or shoulder, drawing water from well, animals being hunted, a group dancing to music, etc., are some of the common themes used in the paintings.