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Too Faced Born This Way foundation, Natural Beige
NARS Radiant Creamy concealer, Custard
Laura Mercier Loose Translucent setting powder
MAC Give Me Sun
Maybelline Master Precise Ink Pen eyeliner
Kat Von D Shade + Light Eye Contour palette
Lorac Prism blush
Becca Moonstone highlighter
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Introducing the google eyed pop art zombie with a fantabulous hair.
In this episode we take on something that has been done by almost every sfx artist out there. The only difference is that we have a slightly stranger approach to the concept of the eyes. We went for big, fat google eyes to give the pop art zombie a unique look. Since body painting in general isn’t our strong suit we also incorporated some 3d elements using the classic cotton and latex method.
Another cool thing with this pop art zombie look is that the eyes are detachable. Perfect if you plan on riding the bike to the costume party. No need to worry about hitting oncoming traffic on your way there.
Since we had totally run out of blue cream based colours we actually did most of the paint job on the pop art zombie using only lipstick and a brush. The intense pigments of the lip stick actually made the look pop a little extra. So take what you have there at home. Sometimes the solution is right there in front of you.
If you like how this pop art zombie came out you might want to take a closer look on our World of Warcraft Murloc tutorial. It’s another perfect example of how to create an epic monster with huge crazy eyes.
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Jim Avignon is one of the most extraordinary figures in the contemporary German art scene. He lives and works in Berlin, but is constantly on the move. A self-taught artist, he’s made his own way outside the official art establishment of academies, galleries and museums.
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Popular, witty, sexy, glamorous – pop art exploded onto the cultural scene in the early 1960s. A new generation of artists rebelled against ‘high art’ to embrace the world of advertising, television, film stars, pop music and consumerism. Pop art shocked many but inspired even more.