This is my take on a ‘pop art zombie’ as part of a collaboration with some other amazing artists for a great photographer.
Thanks to my great model Vicky Watson – she made a fierce zombie referee!
I thought it was about time I got some time-lapse footage of a bodypaint! Unfortunately the memory card on my camera kept filling up, so it’s more of a ‘compilation’ of some key parts from the paint rather than the whole paint. Still interesting to watch though I hope.
The final shoot was so much fun, looking forward to sharing the images from it from Rob Gurney at ‘Digital Mechanic’ on my Facebook page and websites very soon!
The other artists in the collaboration were Sarah Smith and Melissa Whittaker – both incredible artists, make sure you look them up and check out their work too!
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In this video I’ll show you how to recreate this trendy pop art inspired haloween look. I was inspired by a photo I found on pinterest and I knew immediately that I wanted to recreate the look. This look could work on all skin tones including dark skin, brown skin and deeper skin tones.