Lego Movie 2 has so many awesome characters that can be painted even on small kids. Today I wanted to do a fast design for those little ones that just can't sit still but want to have their face painted. Thank you for your time and I hope you like it!
This little squiggly choose Unikitty, so let's start.
A 1 inch flat brush is perfect for Unikitty's head; load it with light pink and with just one longer stroke we have a head! For the ears I've used magenta and A round no3 brush.
Now with 3/4 flat brush and white, create the face for our Unikitty. Paint a small white brick between ears and one neon green for neck. Line everything with a darker color (berry wine).
Now it's time to add eyes, mouth and the horn. Keep it simple, and pay attention to gap between the eyes - they should be close to the edge of a head. From here it's up to you, time you have and of course the child's preferences. This little princess choose silly farm's Pretty baby cake and some stars so I'm trying to incorporate them into the design. Again, for this one stroke I used a 1 inch flat brush that picks up all the colors perfectly.
I have this cool trick that I love to use for fast painting, using brick stencil as a base for painting lego bricks. When you have base then just take round No1 brush and some black and roughly line the bricks.
To finish up the design, I added stars using stencil, dauber and white paint. Here you can get creative; instead of stars you can add teardrops, or just glitter. If you have no ideas, ask the kids - they always have few.
Pop Stencil Stars (substitute BAM Star Stencils)
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!