DIY Face Paint: Zombie Makeup for Halloween

Turn your kid into a terrifying corpse with these easy-to-follow face painting tricks. They’ll love this easy DIY face paint zombie makeup. Subscribe to

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Rainbow Skull Halloween Costume Makeup Tutorial

With only a few Mehron Makeup products you can turn yourself into a colorful rainbow skull! This makeup is easy to do and perfect for Halloween, cosplay, and more. Watch this how-to by @fancyflutie, she turns herself into a rainbow skull character using a few of our favorite Paradise Makeup AQ products!

Begin with clean dry skin and apply Skin Prep Pro to the face and neck. Skin Prep will prevent makeup breakdown and keep your makeup on all day and night! Use Paradise Makeup AQ™ face and body paint in White to outline the teeth, jawline, and eye sockets.

Next grab a sponge and our Prisma Flash Palette. Prisma is a six color Paradise Makeup AQ™ blendset that makes laying down and blending colors easy! Swipe your damp sponge over the Flash Blendset making sure not to mix colors, then swipe onto the skin for an instant rainbow! Build and blend your rainbow until you have the desired effect.

Use Black Paradise Makeup AQ™ to outline and define the skull. Also use the Black to fill in any parts that need to be shadowed like the eyes, nose, and inner jaw. Then use the white again to bring highlights into the look and create dimension.

No look is complete without glitter! Use GlitterMark in Opalescent White on top of your highlights to add a pop of sparkle. This glam skull will be sure to turn heads at your next Halloween Party!

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Learn How to Paint NUT CRACKING SQUIRREL with Acrylic – Paint & Sip at Home – Step by Step Tutorial

VIDEO DESCRIPTION This painting tutorial will take you through easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on how to paint this adorable woodland animal portrait image of “NUT CRACKING SQUIRREL” with acrylic paint. You’ll learn simple painting techniques that will help you to develop a realistic shape and form on this fluffy small outdoor critter who is trying his hand at opening a large walnut with his handy red axe. As he plants himself firmly on the rustic old stump, he muscles up the strength to chop into the top of the strong tree nut in hopes of opening the shell to discover a big flavorful lunch inside. This painting is filled with the inspiration of a child’s imagination with a little whimsical touch. You could even have your squirrel wearing a sweater or a flannel shirt to put him right into the forest atmosphere looking like a lumber jack… just let your imagination steer the evolution of this painting. With the dramatic texture of the fur and the out of focus evergreen glow behind him, the image takes on a country sheik look. You’ll learn how to build the fur using layering and stippling techniques creating dimension throughout the body. The painting will come to life with the shimmering twinkle in the eyes and the 3d illusion from the axe and the stumps. Bringing this cute little squirrel to life will feel magical, but you’ll also learn some valuable lessons along the way to create realistic looking elements that will appear to pop out of the canvas with a real photo quality. With perfectly proportioned features in the rodents body and realistic movement in the arms and tail, the round sitting squirrel will look like he’s ready to start stashing away his cache of protein packed snacks. The soft color in the fur, with the texture and dimension, lets you imagine how cuddly this little guy (or girl) is in real life. With the construction of the composition you’ll learn to paint this realistic looking charming friend who is exercising his right to crack nuts with force. Creativity is always encouraged, just have fun with it! This painting is sure to impress the viewer and compliment the décor of any room. Using only 3 brushes and 7 colors we’ll create this conversational masterpiece with a magnificent enchanting and loveable plush small woodland animal with a captivating expression, who’s excited about the day in front of him. So let’s get painting and let’s get sipping!


Canvas: 16×20 stretched primed canvas
Brushes: 1/2 inch flat bristle (large), 1/4 inch flat bristle brush (medium), # 1round synthetic (small)
Acrylic Paint: titanium white, mars black, burnt umber (brown), green oxide, fire red, deep yellow, burnt sienna (rust)
Other: chalk, palette, cup of water for washing brushes, paper towel for drying brushes


1. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint background with black, brown, green, yellow and white
2. chalk and 1/2 inch bristle brush – Draw outline of, and paint, large stump with black, brown, yellow and white
3. chalk and 1/4 inch bristle brush – Draw outline of, and paint, small stump with black, brown, yellow and white
4. #1 round brush – Paint walnut with brown, rust, white, yellow and black
5. chalk – Draw outline of squirrel body
6. 1/4 inch bristle brush – Paint base coat of squirrel with brown and rust
7. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint 1st layer of tail with rust, brown and black
8. #1 round brush – Paint eye, ear, nose and mouth with black, brown, red, white, yellow, rust and tan (made in step 4)
9. 1/4 inch bristle brush – Paint shadow areas of body and stump with black, brown, white and rust
10. 1/4 inch bristle brush – Finish fur on main body with brown, rust, red, yellow, white, black and tan
11. #1 round brush – Paint base coat for axe with red and black
12. 1/4 inch bristle brush – Finish head with brown, peach (made in step 10), white, rust, yellow and tan
13. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Finish tail with rust, yellow, peach, white, tan, brown and red
15. #1 round brush – Finish axe with red, white and black
16. #1 round brush – Paint whiskers with tan and white
17. #1 round brush – Sign with black

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Creating Impastos in Oil Painting

The simplest way to create an impasto surface is to apply paint in large amounts, usually with either a brush or palette knife. Commercial oil colors have a heavy consistency, so this can be achieved by working directly from the tube applying the colors in thick layers. Opacity and built-up texture are usually interrelated, with much of the thickest impasto consisting of solid and opaque pigments, such as lead white or titanium white. Passages of thickly applied paint can also be translucent, so extender pigments are chosen that supply both bulk and transparency.

As technical director of Natural Pigments, I spent many hours examining the impastos of such old masters as Rembrandt and Velázquez to understand the variety of textures they employed in their paintings. The advantage they had over artists today is that they hand made their paint, so they could arrive at an endless variety of effects by tailoring the ingredients in the paint to provide the proper consistency. Not allowing this to become a disadvantage today, I sought to develop oil paint that not only has a wide range of behavior, but also painting amendments that artists today can use to change this behavior. For impastos, Rublev Colours offers three paste and putty mediums: Velázquez Medium, Impasto Medium and Impasto Putty.

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Canvas Painting Tutorial for Beginners (Paintastic Arts)

Paintastic Arts Presents Acrylic Canvas Painting Tutorial.
Make this painting for your loved ones on occasion of Valentines Day !!
Step by step instructions on how to paint this beautiful painting is provided in the video. Comment below for any queries
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