Halloween Comic Zombie by Linnéa

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Halloween Comic Zombie

If you want a cool and colourful design for Halloween this Comic Zombie will make you pop! It doesn't take long to do and the older kids and teenagers loves it! This cartoon zombie has a great comic book look and will definitely not be forgotten at the Halloween disco!  

Step 1: Base.

Take a large filbert brush and FAB/Superstar "Lime Green" and make the zombie's head. Make sure to leave space for the brain later on one side. Take FAB/Superstar "Ochre" and put on some highlights on top of the green on the forehead, cheeks and on the mouth like teeth.

 

Step 2: Brain base and eyes.

Use the same filbert brush and a pink colour for the brain. I mixed Cameleon "Cotton Candy" and TAG "Neon Magenta" to make the brain colour really pop. Make the eyes and some lines using a #3 round brush and Diamond FX "Black".

 

Step 3: Linework.

Continue with the linework using the same brush and black paint like before. Add some "hashtags" and small lines to make it more "Comic-look". 

 

Step 4: Highlights.

Finish the look with some highlights using a #3 round brush and Diamond FX "White". Don´t forget to highlight the brain and teeths.

And your Comic Zombie is done! If you want a more scary look you can always add some bloodstains.

 

Products used:

FAB/Superstar "Lime Green"

FAB/Superstar "Ochre" (sub "Mustard")

Cameleon "Cotton Candy"

TAG "Neon Magenta"

Diamond FX "White"

Diamond FX "Black"

Tools used:

Large Filbert Brush

Loew Cornell 795 Round #3

 

Hi! My name is Linnéa and I live in the south part of Sweden with my husband and two children.
I started to face paint in 2016, and I am now a certified face painter from Olga Murasev´s International Face Painting School.
I really love everything about this industry, and I like to challenge myself and keep on growing as an artist.


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  • Fabulous thank you your for posting can’t wait to do it x

    Carol Harford on

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