Hello my beauties! Today I am going to be sharing with you a tutorial I did on a Popart Zombie, Barbie world style!! My inspiration for this look came from @TWISTINBANGS on IG! She has so many amazing Popart Zombies on her page, it is ridiculous!!! Check out her page here https://instagram.com/twistinbangs/ and follower her because she is so creative and artistic!!! Hope you all enjoy and have a great day!!
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Hope you all enjoy my Pop Art Look. I wasn’t going to upload this.. I feel it look a little messy, but this was my second attempt, so I figured why not. Anyway, Happy Halloween!! As always be safe..!
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Hi guys, this is the charm I’ve been working on yesterday and that I showed you at the end of my last video. It was inspired by Emma Pickles’ Pop-Art make-up tutorial, so I decided to make a girl with similar features and apply black dots instead of red.
Materials used in this video:
– Polymer clay in FIMO Soft (flesh), and Premo in Black.
– Matte powder and brown eyeshadows .
– Acrylic paints.
– Bake according to manufacturer’s instructions.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create the Pop Art effect in Photoshop. We’ll be recreating the Andy Warhol screen print style using photoshop and portraits. I’ll also show you how to easily duplicate the effect to create several different coloured versions of the same picture. We’ll be covering the following Photoshop techniques: Using quick masks, layer blending modes, using layers to change colours, adding colour overlays, loading images as a stack and much more!
This is a great tutorial and will spice up any portrait! I’d also love to see your attempts at this. If you want to show us, tag us on Facebook or Instagram @theschoolofphotography1 with #theschoolofphotography. Make sure the post is public on FB so we can see it.
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Interviewer: “Do you ever bother to read about these great interpretations about your work? Back in 1961 or 1962, similar artists worked very independently but evolved the same attitude. Does it seem odd to you that you all looked at the world in the same way?”
Andy Warhol: “Hmm. I think we just read a lot of comic books and just happened to come out then. Because comic books make things the way they are really today, the way things happen in New York now is like being in a western movie.”
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