Body Painting SpongeBob SquarePants : Body Painting SpongeBob SquarePants: Eyeballs, Tie & Belt

Painting eyeballs on SpongeBob SquarePants is a great way to add character to your design when body painting. Learn to paint eyeballs for SpongeBob from a body painting expert in this free crafts video.

Expert: Hannah Carlock
Bio: Hannah Carlock is a face painter from San Antonio, Texas. She has been doing face and body painting for over seven years.
Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA

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My Face Painting Set Up 2014


This is the current set-up that I use at all of my face painting events and parties.

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My blog about the brushes I use –

Paradise Paint –
Paradise Prisma Blocks –
Grimas Paint –
Diamond FX Paint –
Wolfe Paint –

Loew Cornell No. 2 Brush – *
Loew Cornell No. 4 Brush – *
Loew Cornell No. 8 Brush- *
Grimas Brushes –
Mehron 1″ Flat Brush – *
Mehron 3/4 inch Flat Brush – *
Aurora White Glitter – *
Sponge – *
Stipple Sponge – *
Petal Sponge – *
Empty Paint Case – *
Water-soluble Mastix (glue) – *
Glitter Pots – *
Brush Case – *
Table and Chair (not exactly the same as mine but similar) –

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Cook Shows The School His Inappropriate Tattoo – Classic Skins

In this memorable moment the gang are at registration for their first day of college and Cook is given the opportunity to make a lasting impression and show off his tattoo.

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