Get inspired with Ashlie Alvey as she paints this super simple Disney Incredibles mask.
Paint along by using the following products found at Facepaint.com:
- Global Mexico One Stroke Cake
- 3/4" Flat brush
- 1/2 Flat Brush
- Yellow Face Paint
- 3/4" Angle Brush
- TAG Magpie (or your favorite white, grey, black gradient one stroke cake)
- DFX Black
- DFX White
- Number 2 Round
- Graffiti Stencil
If you'd like to speed this design up even more, feel free to omit the one stroke mask for a solid black mask! The one stroke for the mask portion is not necessary but I like the depth that one stroke technique provides. Plus, it sure makes it more fun to wash off at the end of the day. In a super big rush? Skip the stenciling at the end as well.
I personally feel that the masks the Incredibles wear are a bit bland so spicing it up with stencils and the logo itself definitely bumps up the fun factor.
Thank you so much for checking out this quick tutorial and I hope it will help you at an upcoming event!
Ashlie Alvey is the owner and artist of Chubby Cheeks Body Art in coastal Savannah, Georgia. You can find her artwork featured in such publications as SkinMarkz Magazine, The Colored Palette, and Wet Paint Magazine. Ashlie is most passionate about creating happy memories for her clientele in the form of birthday party entertainment and one-of-a-kind maternity art. You can follow her on Instagram at www.instagram.com/ashlie_alvey and view her Facebook business page at www.facebook.com/ChubbyCheeksArt.