Hammerhead Eye Face Paint by Kellie Burrus

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Step 1: Choose a light gray and sketch out your design using a round brush. Keep in mind the perspective with the Hammerhead and its eyes. Fill in the gray areas leaving space for the white teeth.

 

Step 2: Use a soft white and a round brush to fill in the area for the teeth. Fill over the eye with black. Load a round brush with a soft black and very little water to shade around the edges of the shark.

 

Step 3: Load a round brush with a soft white and very little water to add areas of light/highlight on the shark. Load a small round brush with a strong black and outline the shark, add marks for gills and add lines to the teeth.

 

Step 4: Load a round brush with a strong white and add some bright highlights to areas of the shark that would catch the light.

Step 5: Use an angle brush and blue one stroke to add some waves coming from the bottom and top of shark.

 

Step 6: Load a round brush with a strong white and add tear drops to the blue strokes for a splash effect. Now your shark is done!

 

Materials used:

Loew-Cornell Round Brushes #1, #4, #6 and #8

American Painter 3/4 Angle Brush 

FAB Light Gray 

Blue Whaam One Stroke from Hero Palette

Diamond FX White

Global Colours Black

Mehron Paradise White (Soft White)

Mehron Paradise Black (Soft Black)

 


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