Santa Claus Face Painting
When face painting a Santa face, this face painting of Santa is consisted of to show a some bad and great things to stay clear of or do.
Initially the good. Exactly what I such as about this the most, as well as much better than the first two Santa deals with, is the deep red utilized for Santa’s hat. It covers really well and looks excellent as it hangs to the side of the face.
Naturally the instant negative issue is the bad protection of the eyebrows, which can be too quickly seen. The very first Santa face has the very best protection there, and you can see how excellent this would have look with the whiter of the hat contrasting with the dark red. Make sure to cover the eyebrows entirely when face painting Santa.
The white part of the hat does not go down far enough either, leaving far too much area below the edge of the hat. Even a lower line through the eyebrow would have assisted to alleviate the distorted look there.
The location on the upper chin was likewise very thin in white paint, making it look too much like a half covered face. For the many part this would have been a terrific Santa face. All that was actually required was a thicker white base paint to guarantee the appropriate locations were covered properly.
Remember, you can always make use of the dark lines to complete information around the paint. That leaves some space to experiment and thicken the paint where it’s required.
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