It’s nearly that time of year when things get a bit spooky and there’s usually a party or two and scary outfits are needed. We thought we’d try the snazaroo out and do a freaky face paint design. This was done in about 30 minutes and is a great way to get dressed up without buying a whole outfit.
For this we used:
1. We asked Ben to have a go at painting Matt as he’s an amazing model maker and part of The Meat Collective, so we thought he’d be a good person to do the face painting. Ben used the sponge to paint on the green base colour.
3. A really good technique for face paints is using the Sequin Mesh Rolls to create a texture on the skin. This can be used when face-painting lizards, snakes, fish or just to create an interesting background.
4. Ben painted on teeth and big eyebrows and the final touch of scary eyes on the eyelids, they were really effective as they looked so odd!Here’s the final picture of Matt, pretty scary huh! Thanks Matt for being a willing model in this weeks DIY post. What are you guys making for Halloween? Do send us your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org, we’d love to see them!