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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by Beans on Sat Apr 02, 2011 6:27 am

LoneWolf wrote:They was all painted on the same day. I have a good technique for removing, so it wasn't really hard on the skin - even with DfX ;-) But it was a bit boring running back and forth to the bathroom *lol*

LOVE! LUV LUV!!! LOOOOOVE THEM ALL!! Lonewolf, you have me curious about your removal technique??? Care to share???
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by belle on Sat Apr 02, 2011 9:35 am

Hey Lonewolf, I love all of your dragons, could I please borrow a couple, my little boy is a huge dragon fan and I think I could nearly paint the one I use atm (very basic onestroke) With my eyes closed (might not be too good for his eyes though . . hehe)

Thanks for sharing, your designs are amazing, as always Very Happy
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Post by dany+69 on Sat Apr 02, 2011 10:12 am

@Lone: The dragons are all fantastic. Thanks for sharing.
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by Jody Rife on Sat Apr 02, 2011 11:43 am

I need dragon designs and appreciate your examples. Nice work! Smile
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by memoryfairy on Sat Apr 02, 2011 3:00 pm

Fantastic Lone! Thanks for sharing.
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by LoneWolf on Sat Apr 02, 2011 3:55 pm

Beans wrote:

LOVE! LUV LUV!!! LOOOOOVE THEM ALL!! Lonewolf, you have me curious about your removal technique??? Care to share???

My technique require:
A sponge - one of those that is hard when dry and soft when wet.
Normal hand soap.
Warm water (running)

1) Wet the sponge.
2) Soak a corner with soap.
3) Drag one time over an area - it will remove most paint. If you repeat it, you will reapply.
4) Rinse the sponge or take a clean area of the sponge and repeat.
5) Continue all over the face. It will be clean in no time, and that without water all over the place.
5½) Use a q-tip around the eyes, if you are not comfortable with the sponge near that area.
6) Rinse the sponge clean and use it to remove the leftover soap on the face.
7) Use a face lotion if you wish.

It feels like a gentle facial Very Happy

And sure the designs can be borrowed. I do prefer that people make their own twist in some way, if they use them on jobs, but that is mostly because I find it a bit boring when you can't see who painted what. So it does not matter if it is mine or someone else who have designed it.
Hmm, don't know if that make sense *lol*
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by jacana on Sat Apr 02, 2011 6:35 pm

Wow.
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by Kitty's Make-up Studio on Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:35 pm

Thanks for the cleaning-advice! It is the same as I do, love these sponges!
I use them also for make-up cleaning.
The only difference is I don't use soap because my skin can't have it, but first only water and after that cleansing milk.
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by Beans on Sun Apr 03, 2011 10:31 pm

I hope you don't mind Lone i have used your dragon eyes to paint my 18 mth old boy who felt he was missing out when I was painting his sister!! Its a very flexible design. Perfect for me who needs to practise my horns!
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by LoneWolf on Mon Apr 04, 2011 1:42 am

Can we see a picture? Very Happy

Here is one more, a twist of on of the others. I stated raining really heavy half way through the job - all my facepaint and sponges got soaked - but the dragon survived okay
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by Beans on Mon Apr 04, 2011 6:37 am

Here is the dragon eyes I did on the Young Master. Pardon my linework needs help...I'm working on it...

Hope you like it, if its ok I'd like to use it on my design board for quick boy options? It would also look great in metallic pink for girls i reckon!
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by LoneWolf on Mon Apr 04, 2011 7:22 am

Cute =)
And it is hard to paint children that age, they often move a lot.

The design is inspired from my side by the wonderful art from Des Shupe, so I really don't have any "rights" to the design. And even if I did, then I would not mind at all!
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by Beans on Mon Apr 04, 2011 8:46 am

Thanks! Yes he was willing but he was wiggly! Love it tho he just looked like the little monster that he is and the green set of his blue eyes so vividly!
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by Kitty's Make-up Studio on Mon Apr 04, 2011 6:50 pm

He looks cute with his green eyelids...
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by ClashAnna on Tue May 03, 2011 5:52 pm

Great designs! I love that cute green dragon going across the face!
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Re: A dither of dragons

Post by Pilareta on Tue May 03, 2011 6:31 pm

Wonderful work!!!. I was looking for a dragon design for girls and the butterfly dragon is perfect. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and talent.
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