Body Painting: Halloween Dragon Scales

Hi folks here a new video, we tried to do something simple for halloween! We don’t really like it, but we wanna show you anyway! If you have any ideas for us, we would like hear them!
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Shadowbanner | Cristress of the Dark | Body Paint Tutorial

Its Halloween Season!! 🎃

Presenting my Halloween series
— Cristress of the Dark! Thoughout the month of October I will be posting a new tutorial every Monday, Wednesday and Friday!

Tonight’s feature was created as part of a collaboration on Instagram with theme “Instagram monster”.


Shadowbanner keeps a watchful eye on the feeds of unsuspecting Instagram users. It waits for just the right posts to come along to snatch from the public’s sight — and devour.

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•Light Purple

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Nova Palette
•Starry Night

•Praire Dust
•Zero Marble Sealer

Wolfe FX

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The Ascension by Darren Curtis

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Alice Roberts – Anatomical Body Painting – Science for Schools

Dr Alice Roberts with a novel and beautiful way of demonstrating anatomy. Here she shows how the biceps and triceps muscles work together. Filmed at the Times Cheltenham Science Festival.
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Introduction to Bodypaint in Cinema 4D

In this Cinema 4D Tutorial I will show you how to use Bodypaint. I will go over some basics: The set up wizard, UV Edit, Brushes, Colors, Swatches, Layers and I will paint a model.

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Creepshow Body Paint | Time Lapse

Makeup based off the iconic artwork by Joanne Daley for the 1982 comedy horror anthology “Creepshow”.

Ticket booth created with wood and foam board. Hood made out of craft foam. Both pieces are hand painted and airbrushed using Createx Wicked paints.

🎶 Destryur “Nightmare”-

Mouth color by MouthFX “Pitch Black”

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Behind the scenes at a Mermaid Photo Shoot – Bodypainting a Model

Go behind the scenes as I create this Mermaid Photo. The Mermaid Project is a bodypainting shot that was conceived and executed by Philadelphia-based makeup artist Morgan Chalfant. As we go behind the scenes Morgan began by sketching her mermaid, beginning with simple outline drawings and progressing to detailed sketches that would provide her a roadmap to create the mermaid in the studio. Once she had her mermaid designed, she forwarded me the sketch, and I began to search for an appropriate background. We made the decision early in our discussions that we didn’t want a Disney-styled mermaid. We wanted a look that was both mythical and grungy. We decided that the mermaid would be out of order and dragging herself across dry land. The decision was also made to create the tail and fins as a costume piece and to body paint the outfit from the waist up. This would have a direct impact on the composition of the background since mermaids can’t walk.

We chose Philadelphia-based model Megan not only for her petite figure and beautiful face but also for her composure and patience as this shot would require about six hours in hair, makeup, and painting, not to mention at least 30 minutes of shooting in a very uncomfortable pose. Beginning with hair and then makeup and then a combination of body paint and airbrush makeup, Morgan methodically brought the mermaid to life. As you have already seen, we took test shots at various stages in the process to ensure that we will be ready to shoot when Megan’s transformation was complete. It was important to have plan in place so that we could minimize the amount of makeup and painting that was required by only painting the parts of Megan that would be seen in the shot.

Planning the pose in advance also allowed us to be sure that the pose and lighting would fit well with the background image that we had selected as the setting for the shot and also to help minimize the time that Megan would have to spend in the pose. In order to make the digital transition a little easier, Megan was photographed on a base that was similar in color to the stone wall, and we added some seaweed for effect. As you can see, the raw image is rather bland without the background in place. The addition of the stone wall and storm clouds completes the story and gives our mermaid a sense of place.


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World Award 2019, Winners Category Special Effects Bodypainting

The top 3 places with the new World Champion in the category Special Effects Bodypainting presented by KRYOLAN:

1st place: Vilija Vitkute (Sweden)
2nd place: Gabriela Hajek-Renner (Austria)
3rd place: Gloria Bordin (Italy)

The World Bodypainting Festival –
Celebrating Visual Culture & Music
in Klagenfurt / AUSTRIA

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Making Of – A United Nations Bodypainting Peace Project

A “Making of” from the Bodypainting for Peace Project.
Short Promo of the Exhibition


Our “WB Production” team was invited to stage a historical bodypainting performance for the prestigious United Nations Peace Memorial 2015 in South Korea.

A pillar in the industry of Bodypainting for the past two decades, Alex Barendregt and his South Korean team had the special opportunity to meet with President JUN Oi-Sook of the (UNPM) United Nations Peace Memorial, in hopes to inspire and captivate her with the art of bodypainting.
Both the president and her staff were set back in excitement as they viewed this exceptional art created by artists of the WB Production. Through bodypainting a huge potential came into play in communicating their stories and messages to a younger generation before them, as a result the UNPM Exhibition was put in motion.

The date was perfect, as it marked the 70th anniversary of the United Nations and just one year before the Peace Memorial was built. The entire memorial is set on visualizing various world conflicts, in particular the Korean War. It also shows what role the UN has played in bringing peace amidst the violence.

In order to learn from the past it is important to take a closer look into understanding our history, war, political instability and how interconnected governments and global communities really are. In many ways, the various styles of bodypaintings that were chosen for the exhibition required the audience to also take a closer look. The camouflage and installation bodypainting art drew the viewer into this historical exhibition and really triggered people to engage with history.

A very talented and international mix of artists were put together, such as world renowned Johannes Stötter from Italy, Vienna based Bulgarian Bella Volen, Mike Shane from Luxembourg, Rodolfo Campos from the United Sates and the 2015 World Bodypainting Festival Champion Min Ah Kim from South Korea. To capture this historical moment both in pictures and film, award winning Master Photographer Joachim Bergauer from Salzburg and the Australian Videographer Josh D. Lim were also part of the WB Production team.

“The Memory We Share,” was the title of this historical bodypainting project on October 23rd 2015. Eight scenes were staged for the audience within the exhibition. Veterans were also invited to the UNPM building, which they saw for the first time and were impressed by the talent of the bodypainting artists and the touching concept. History came to life as we brought some humanity on to the world stage.

Produced by WB Production
Alex Barendregt

Video & Editing
by Josh D. Lim

World Bodypainting Association
& Division Korea
Park Chan Hee

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