Ant-Man Mask by Marina

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New superhero movie comes and we have to be prepared, right? So let's create an Ant-Man mask.

 

Step 1

First I'm doing rough painting with flat brush and black/gray cake. This will give design more dimension and save us from lining, for those busy events. Don't worry because it's all messy, we will blend it later.

 

Step 2

Ant-Man has red goggles on his mask, so next step is painting area around eyes with red. Since I discovered Mehron Starblend powder paints I always use them around eyes especially if I'm painting smaller kids.

Then paint two red stripes and make sure that they are going out. With same brush and cake "outline" those red stripes, making sure that the black is next to red and then turn brush to get black outside and draw the lines that end under eyes.

 

Step 3

Using my petal sponge and FAB white shimmer with a bit of gray I'm filling all the spaces, connecting the mask and blending uneven edges. Then using wet wipe I cleaned the excess paint from the forehead and outlined with round brush No.6 and DFX black paint. You can leave it like this, I'm going to continue with adding some details.

 

Step 4

I've painted that mouth part to make it a full face mask.With DFX white and round brush No.4 add highlights and with black Starblend and blending brush ad some shadows to make this mask pop out. And there it is, our Ant-Man mask.

Product used

TAG One Stroke - Magpie

Flat Brush

Mehron Starblend - Red

TAG Paint - Red

FAB Shimmer - White, Gray

Diamond FX - Black, White

Round Brush No.6 and No.4

 

Coming from the small but beautiful country of Croatia, I am the owner artist of SlikaLica. I love working with kids and putting smiles on their faces.Painting fast, simple but pretty designs is my favorite thing in Facepainting!

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