This design made it's first appearance within the pages my sketchbook while I was doodling. You never know what's going to come out of your pen or pencil, and you should keep a sketchbook to catch those ideas before they get away.
This lovely lace and flowers eye design is inspired by two of my favorite floral artists—Rosa Cline and Denise Cold. It's soft, lacy background is the perfect canvas for delicate, pink roses and should be popular with girls as well as moms who don't necessarily want a full mask for summer events.
What if there was a brush which you could use instead of sponges which used less product and put down a beautiful, smooth application of face paint? Would you give it a try? The answer is that most of us would, and it turns out that such a brush does exist.
Watch this video, as professional face paint artist Beth Mackinney, shows us a tutorial on how to face paint cartoon characters! Easy, step-by-step instructions perfect for beginners and all face painters alike!
Each face paint has features which make it good for particular uses based on the ingredients from which it is comprised. For this video, I had the opportunity to experiment with PartyXplosion face paint for the first time, and I was impressed by it's strengths.
The first time a child asked me for an owl design, my mind went blank, and I couldn't even remember what an owl looked like. Having enjoyed some of Barbara Breitung's cute owl designs and tutorials, though, I thought I'd give owls another try, but with Mehron Intense powders.
Designs with animation potential are especially fun for both children and adults we face paint. This grumpy fish will get plenty of laughs at an event for the person who wears him, just because he has such a disgruntled expression.
Several artists have done reviews of the Craft-n-Go, but after a year of use, here’s my take on what I consider an excellent product and great piece of equipment which has made my job as a face painter easier.
I chose a binder system because I didn't like using file folders for my airbrush stencils. In a folder, the stencils tended to get caught on one another, and I still had to shuffle through them to find what I needed.
What jungle would be complete without a colorful parrot? Since jungle themes are common in birthday parties for children, it's a good idea to have a few of these quick designs in your repertoire, and this friendly parrot is just the fellow to bring smiles to both parents and kids.
Do we ever get enough of princess masks? No, we don't, because they are some of the most requested designs for a face painter. This mask has plenty of teardrops and swirls, and is inspired by Heather Green's beautiful work.