Fall is a great time for football designs, and as it’s just around the corner, this football design uses simple shapes, but is fun to do. Football fans will love it, and consider changing the color of the ball to go with their favorite teams.
• Paradise white
• Paradise grey
• Paradise light brown
• Paradise dark brown
• TAG skin tone palette
• Wolfe, Diamond FX, or Cameleon white
• Wolfe, Diamond FX, or Global black
• 1/2-inch filbert
• #2 round brush
• #5 round brush
Begin by making curved cloud shapes about 1/2 inch above the eyebrows and sponge Paradise white over the eyebrows below this line to blend. This is going to be a cloud of dust.
Using a #5 round brush and the TAG skin tone palette, make some hands reaching up out of the cloud of dust
With the #5 round brush, make two circles for the eyes just above the hands.
Paint a football shape around the eyes with a mixture of Paradise light and dark brown. Also sponge a little Paradise grey lightly over the white so the cloud looks more like dust than a regular cloud.
Add details to the football with white and black, and outline the cloud and hands. Since this is a cartoon design, add small black lines near the hands and the football to show movement.
Finally, add a few highlights to the hands and small white dots in the center of the black on the eyes, and your football cartoon will be finished.
Beth MacKinney is the owner of and primary face painter for Face Paint Pizzazz in the NW Chicago suburbs. Stop by Clownantics.com for more of her face painting tutorials. If you’re on Facebook, join the Facepaint.com Challenge Group to showcase your artwork and have a chance to win a store credit for each week’s theme.
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