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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I love POP ART! So I did this look just for fun and because I love doing creative makeup looks like this! I have done this look before as I was using a reference photo that I took of myself a couple of years ago. Let me know in the comments if you like seeing these more artistic/creative makeup tutorials and if you would like to see more! 🙂
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Hi my loves! Here’s my very first Halloween tutorial – a Comic Book/ Pop art character look inspired by the beautiful Shaaanxo:
Hope you enjoyed my take on it & comment down below what you’re dressing up as for this Halloween!
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Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer
Nars 4013N Blush
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ABH Waterproof Creme Colour in Yellow
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This is one of my favourite make-up looks I created for the Grazia Beauty Awards 2012. The whole shoot focused on A/W 2012 trends, and this look was inspired by the look I created for Prabal Gurung. The strong eye, perfect for the model Charissa’s facial structure, really channeled the iconic looks of legends like David Bowie and Jerry Hall.
This look is not for the faint-hearted — but I hope it inspires everyone to find their inner diva! It’s a very fashion-forward colour-block eye, but you can play with it and make it more wearable for a night out…
Use this Graphic Novel inspired Pop Art bodypaint and makeup tutorial to turn any character you can think of 2D. This is an extremely easy body paint at a beginner level with minimal products needed to complete the look! I used black and white but you could use any color combination you desire!
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This is an easy and very cheap halloween costume idea! Don’t forget to draw on your neck hands and ears if they will be showing!
What was used in this video:
(start with foundation and concealer as usual)
“Smolder” Eye kohl pencil – MAC Cosmetics
Red Lip Tar – OCC Cosmetics
Master precise eyeliner – Maybelline New York
False Fiber Lashes Mascara – L’Oreal Paris
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“Milk” Jumbo eye pencil – NYX Cosmetics
Duo Lash Adhesive in Dark
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