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The possibilities for face painting designs are endless. Kathleen Wright, a face painter, shows you how to apply a popular ...
bat mask design.
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How to Face Paint a Bat Mask
On behalf or TVLesson.com, I’m Kathleen Wright. I'm a face painter with HennaParties.com. I’m going to show you guys really quickly how to do one on this bat designs on someone without doing like a lot of things if you’re going to start. When you’re starting out and you’re researching online you may see like something that I have on my lap here that I got from a really great face painting website. It comes us as a row and they have amazing stuff and amazing products. There are designs a little bit complex if you’re just starting out so.
What I’m doing kind of following the design and I’m not going to just fill it in because it takes a little bit of time but I’m going to try to just go across this news here and make the outline of the back and then I’m just going to show you guys how you can just put a little weight to your black and get some gray in there. And then just outline the back as quickly as you can. So that way your little one doesn’t have to sit too long and then you just have a quick back and you can put some a silver color like I’m trying to do here and I’ll put a little silver gray.
And it doesn’t give a full face but because the outline which could be just as nice and I’ll just want to get a little bit more detail there and then angle your brush. You can put your face down Ricardo. And this one just has a little bit more and you can do, just a little work and cooked it out. And that’s it. That’s a real good start to the really difficult bat you may see.
On behalf of TVLesson.com I’m Kathleen Wright. Thanks for watching today.