A lot of people wear glasses- and they want their faces painted too! Sometimes people who are wearing glasses think that a face painting won’t work for them and that it will take away from the design. But there are lots of ways to paint a face that wears glasses. In this tutorial I will share my step by step Tribal Car design, I hope you enjoy!
Fun Stroke Hero Pallet by Onalee in BAM, CRASH, and ZAP.
Step 1: Draw the Design
Step 2: Fill in Design
Load an angled brush with a red one stroke (or any color you like) and fill in the parts of the car body.
Step 3: Windows & Headlights
Load an angled brush with a silvery one stroke and fill in the front wind shield and the head lights and radiator.
Step 4: Tires
Load an angled brush with a black and white one stroke and create a tire on the front drivers side that is visible. Load the angled brush with a yellow and orange one stroke and add some “lights” colors to the outer corners of the headlights.
Step 5: Tribal Lines
Load a round brush with wax based black and create tribal lines coming from the back of the car and going over the eye. Use the same brush and paint to outline the and add any small details to the cars fixtures.
Step 6: Highlights
Kellie Burrus is an all around artist who has been painting skin for six years now. She is the owner and operator of her company, Fabulous Faces by Kellie LLC, based in Long Island, New York.
Since her journey into face and body art Kellie has won several face painting contests and has been featured in face and body painting magazines.
Below are some links to Kellies social media pages that you may wish to check out and follow!