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    Easy Spiderman Face Paint Videos & Tutorials

    We've gathered our favorite Spiderman face paint videos and tutorials so that you can recreate the best Spiderman designs! Both boys and girls love to get their faces painted with a Spiderman design, and these designs are perfect for line work, parties, and events! All aboard the spider man train!

    #1. Spiderman Video Tutorial by Linnéa Önnerby Novak

    

    One of the most popular superhero of all time must be Spiderman. Teenage boy Peter Parker who got bitten by a radioactive spider got amazing spider-like abilities that he use to help others. He fights crime and dreaming of becoming an Avengers as Spiderman! He is one of my and my sons favorite superhero, and he is one of the most requested design for the boys. I am a big superhero nerd so I am always so thrilled when a new Marvel movie is coming.

    This Spiderman design is a timeless design that works every time. You can skip the stencils if you want to make it quicker, or you can ad some cool web hands if you got some time over. The boys love it! 

    Hope you like it! Happy painting!

    Products Used:

    Superstar "White"
    Global "Red"
    Superstar "Ziva"
    Superstar "Black"
    Diamond FX "Black"
    Diamond FX "White"

    Tools Used:

    Petal Sponge from Always Wicked
    Bam Stencil 1206 Gradient
    Finger Dauber Sponge
    Brick Stencil from Glitter Body Art (Sub. BAM 4001)
    Loew Cornell 795 Round #4#2
    Web Stencil from Glitter Body Art (Sub. TAP 024)

    #2. Spiderman Bubblehead Tutorial by Beth MacKinney

    Spiderman Bubblehead Face Paint Design

    No superhero series would be complete without Spiderman, so this time I decided to give him a try with a Spidey-inspired bubblehead design. If you’ve done any type of Spiderman image before, you’ll find this one especially easy.

    Step 1: Using your round sponge, roll it so that you create a ring of red face paint on it but with no color in the center area. I used the sponge to give me the bubblehead shape, but since it’s difficult to paint white over red, I only want an outer rim when I put it on the face.

    Step 2: The next step is to use your #3 round brush and Diamond FX white to make the eyes. These will be curving teardrop shapes. After they’re in place, you can fill in the red with your #5 round brush, which also is a great size for creating the fingers and hands.

    Step 3: For the details which come next, it’s easiest to outline with your #1 round brush, going around the fingers, eyes, and the head.

    Step 4: Again with the #1 round, you can add your webbing for the face. If you’ve studied Corey Morgan’s amazing superhero face painting art, you may remember that he doesn’t always add webbing to the face, but sometimes just adds dramatic shadows. This will be your preference, but I decided to put the webbing in, since it didn’t take long.

    Step 5: The last step for our Spidey-inspired bubblehead is to add some webs shooting out of his hands and a little highlight on his head.

    Products Used:

    Paradise red face paint
    Diamond FX white face paint
    Diamond FX black face paint
    #1 round brush
    #3 round brush
    #5 round brush
    Round sponge

    #3. Half Face Spiderman Face Paint Design by Stacey Perry

    Spiderman Face Paint Design

    This half-face Spiderman design is a great choice for boys and can be done quickly! Follow along with Stacey to recreate this design.

    Step 1: Load your Butterfly Sponge with Paradise White and stipple onto the eye.

    Step 2: Load your Filbert brush with Paradise Red and begin painting your torn Spidey mask beginning in the corner of the eye.

    Step 3: Using the same brush, lightly load it with Global Dark Blue and begin shading from the outside in.

    Step 4: Using your petal sponge previously loaded with Paradise White and your dots stencil, stipple some dot highlights to the red portion of the mask.

    Step 5: Load your #4 Round Brush with Wolfe Black and outline the eye and add the webbing.

    Step 6: Finally, load your #4 Round brush with Wolfe White and add highlights to the webbing and edge of the design.

    Products Used:

    Wolfe Face Paints – White
    Wolfe Face Paints – Black
    Mehron Paradise Face Paints – White
    Mehron Paradise Face Paints – Beach Berry Red
    Global Body Art Face Paint – Standard Dark Blue
    Bad Ass Mini Stencils – Dotty
    Loew-Cornell® American Painter™ Short Handle #8 Filbert Brush
    Loew-Cornell® Gold Grip #4 Round Brush
    Always Wicked Art Butterfly Sponge

    #4. Spiderman Face Paint Mask by Stacey Perry

    Spiderman Mask Face Paint Design

    Another great Spiderman face paint design by Stacey Perry that's perfect for birthday parties!

    Step 1: Load your Butterfly Sponge with Paradise White and stipple on your Spidey eyes. Next, use the same sponge still loaded with white and dab it into Global Dark Blue and stipple onto the white eyes. This will create a bit of shading on the eyes. Load your Filbert brush with Paradise Red and begin painting the mask shape as shown.

    Step 2: Continue painting the mask until you have your desired shape. Load your #4 Round Brush with Wolfe White and add some highlights to the red mask area.

    Step 3: Next, load your #4 Round Brush with Global Dark Blue and begin outline the eyes. Continue outlining the entire mask.

    Step 4: From here you will add the webbing. Make a diamond shape in between the eyes. All of your webbing will come from the diamond shape. Continue adding your webbing as shown.

    Step 5: Finally, load your #4 Round Brush with Wolfe White and add highlights and Spidey eggs to the design to finish it off.

    Products Used:

    Wolfe Face Paints – White
    Wolfe Face Paints – Black
    Mehron Paradise Face Paints – White
    Mehron Paradise Face Paints – Beach Berry Red
    Global Body Art Face Paint – Standard Dark Blue
    Bad Ass Mini Stencils – Dotty
    Loew-Cornell® American Painter™ Short Handle #8 Filbert Brush
    Loew-Cornell® Gold Grip #4 Round Brush
    Always Wicked Art Butterfly Sponge

    #5. Easy Spiderman Face Paint Design

     

    In this video tutorial, you will learn how to create a simple yet very fun and kid-friendly Spiderman design. This is a fast and easy design that won't take up too much of your time and will put a big smile on kids' faces! This Spierman face paint video is easy to follow along to, and it works equally well for both girls and boys!

    Step 1: Load a chisel brush with white face paint and create teardrop shapes over each eye. Fill in completely. Be careful as you go around the eyes!

    Step 2: Use a chisel brush and red face paint and paint around the eyes, the nose and the forehead, making the mask.

    Step 3: Take a small brush and black face paint, create lines radiating from the middle of the nose. Connect the lines like a web. Making half circles work best for the web.

    Step 4: Use a small brush and your black face paint and outline around the eyes and outline the outside of the mask. Use a small brush and highlight the web with blue face paint. Add opal glitter for effect.


    Products Used:

    Amerikan Body Art Glitter - Holographic White (Sheer)
    Ruby Red White 100 Face Paint
    Ruby Red Black 150 Face Paints
    Ruby Red Red Face Paints - Red 250
    Ruby Red Blue Face Paints - Ultramarine 470