So exited for you to come along on the final day of the Body Painting Festival 2018. It all comes down to this!
Thanks for coming along on this crazy journey with me.
Please let me know if you’ve enjoyed this doco series? and what you would like to see more of in the future?
Q. Where is Body Painting Festival?
A. The World Body Painting Festival takes place in Austria every year in July. There are many other body painting festivals around the rest of the world too. Fx:
The European Body Painting Festival
New York Bodypainting Day
Amsterdam Bodypaint Event
Living Art America
New Zealand Body Art Awards
Q. How to be a body painting model?
A. There is facebook groups where artist and model can connect. Search for communities in your area. Many artists need models for both paid and unpaid events. For the world bodypainting festival in Austria you can register as a model and enter the database. Check it out here: https://bodypainting-festival.com/en/participant-model/interested-in-modeling.html
Q. Is body painting art?
A. Yes! in fact we believe this so much that we made a book about it. Take yourself on an journey through the history of bodyart and all the potential this amazing art form has to offer: https://shop.sofiabue.com/products/bodies-of-art-book?variant=9029850300477
Q. What body paint is best? and Where to buy body paint?
A. There are many many different brands. My favorites are:
Mehron Paradise – https://www.mehron.com/
European Body Art – www.europeanbodyart.com
Kryolan – https://www.kryolan.com/
TAG – https://www.tagbodyart.com/
all brands can be bought through the above links, but also check your local makeup effects supplier, such as:
Barnes, if you are in Australia – www.barnes.com.au
BodyFX if you’re in New Zealand https://bodyfxshop.com/
Fibertek if you’re in Vancouver – www.fibertek.ca
Nigel Beauty Emporium if you’re in LA – https://www.nigelbeauty.com/
Guru makeup emporium if you’re in London – https://www.gurumakeupemporium.com/
Mouldlife if you’re in the UK – https://www.mouldlife.net/
Stranger things 3. Loved this third season😍 and I wanted to express it as always with a body art.
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Learn how to body paint with renowned artist & teacher, Dutch Bihary, who will teach you advanced techniques for painting human anatomy & clothing. In Part 1 of his 2-part course series, Bihary shares valuable tips for how to paint a living canvas, including caring for your model throughout the process and creating the ‘illusion of protrusion’ with painted fabric and muscles.
– Working with Live Models – Comfort & Safety
– How to Load Bristle Brushes
– Airbrush Overview
– Human Anatomy – The Illusion of Protrusion
– Painting Fabric Folds & Texture
– Tips for Cleaning Body Paint
Approximate Run Time: 03:20:10
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10/03/10: Unique Photo’s Mike Zawadzki instructed students on composition, lighting, and more during this “Photographing Body Painted Models” workshop at Unique University. Models were painted head-to-toe by Athena of Athena Body Art in NYC.
AN artist brings animals to life using body paint and contorted models. At first glance, these images could be mistaken for portraits of wildlife in their natural habitat. However, they are actually the incredible works of illusion by talented body painter Gesine Marwedel, who paints models to create realistic animals. Marwedel, 29, from Dortmund, Germany has always been fascinated by the concept of transferring her designs to human bodies and her latest project features models posing in contorted positions. One image appears to show an elegant swan in a park pond, whilst another picture shows a mother penguin and its chick in a snowy landscape.
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Body painting is a form of body art where artwork is painted directly onto the human skin. Unlike tattoos and other forms of body art, body painting is temporary, lasting several hours or sometimes up to a few weeks (in the case of mehndi or “henna tattoos” about two weeks). Body painting that is limited to the face is known as “face painting”. Body painting is also referred to as (a form of) “temporary tattoo”. Large scale or full-body painting is more commonly referred to as body painting, while smaller or more detailed work can sometimes be referred to as temporary tattoos.
Body painting festivals happen annually across the world, bringing together professional body painters and keen amateurs. Body painting can also be seen at some football matches, at rave parties, and at certain festivals. The World Bodypainting Festival is a three-day festival which originated in 1998 and which has been held in Klagenfurt, Austria since 2017. Participants attend from over fifty countries and the event has more than 20,000 visitors.
Body painting festivals that take place in North America include the North American Body Painting Championship, Face and Body Art International Convention in Orlando, Florida, Bodygras Body Painting Competition in Nanaimo, BC and the Face Painting and Body Art Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Australia also has a number of body painting festivals, most notably the annual Australian Body Art Festival in Eumundi, Queensland and the Australian Body Art Awards.
In Italy, the Rabarama Skin Art Festival (held every year during the Summer and Autumn, with a tour in the major Italian cities), is a different event focused on the artistic side of body painting, highlighting the emotional impact of the painted body in a live performance more than the decorative and technical aspects of it. This particular form of creative art is known as “Skin Art”.