Happy Tuesday! Here’s a video version of an old photo tutorial I did years ago on how to do rainbow unicorn horns quick and easy with a one stroke brush!
Happy Tuesday! Today I’d like to share a great tip that I learned from my artist friend Linda John! I’ll show you her cool trick for making super easy snowflakes without using any stencils or even a brush!
Happy Tuesday and happy independence day!! Today I thought it would be fitting to show you 6 different ways to paint fireworks!
I hope you have a fun filled day of painting patriotic designs…please feel free to comment and share what YOU painted this year!
Lately I’ve been having some fun painting some lesser known Christmas special/movie characters and posting them on our Facebook page! Here are a few I’ve done so far…there are more coming next week, so make sure to like and follow us on Facebook for more fun inspiration to come!
Okay, this one below is not a particular movie character, however, it was an idea that came out of the Charlie-in-the-Box design with the pom poms! I thought they would make cute snowballs! 😀
Here are a few of the products I used for the snowflakes in many of these designs…I love the short kabuki brush for detailed stencil designs, and am totally in love with these Ooh! Snowflake stencils!!
Stay tuned to our Facebook page for some more fun Christmas designs next week, as well as photos from our upcoming weekend events!
I hesitate to even post these just because full faces still totally creep me out!! That’s probably a bad trait for a face painter, eh? 😉 Well, I thought I’d try my hand at some full face animals on myself. So here they are:
|Leopard – This was my first try at using a “rake brush,” and a neat animal print stencil I just bought online. Never thought I’d use a stencil but they are pretty slick for things like prints!|
|My tiger face, before I had the rake brush which makes such great fur…|