This little face painting book was written for those of you who want to continue to improve your newly found face panting skills or those who are ready to become a professional face painter. Professional face painter, Nancy Duso, shows you what products and tools you need to use, how to set up your face painting booth, and how to set fees and plan your booked events. In this second book written by this accomplished face painter, she includes more designs with step by step instructions on creating them. Following Nancy's instruction, you can quickly bring your strokes to professional quality. She also includes tips and advice to assist you in your goal to become a professional face painter.The cute dolphin can be done smaller for an arm design orjust a little cheek design. I like the ... Lay your flattened brush up against the nose going under their eye lifting up to make the line thinner ending in a point on their cheek. Loading the same brush with blue, lay your brush at the corner of the eye and cover the eyelid with blue (stay just under the eyebrow of the child). Make two teardrop shapes for the tail, and the curve of the larger fin at the back side of the head of the dolphin.
|Title||:||Face Painting 102 - A Step by Step Beginners Guide to Becoming a Professional Face Painter|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2013-02-01|