We all have definitely wondered in our history class, how did the caveman who struggled to eat food, managed to paint art which depicted the stone age era. Like, did they have a pencil at that time or what? Yes, all of us have had the same question.
One of the techniques used by the people of the stone age-era was the Handprint Pictograph technique and that is what made all our history lessons what they are today. This experimental archeologist, George Sampaio teaches how those paintings were made back in the days. For anyone who is interested to paint their caves, take a look at this video. The detailed process starts at 1:44