@Anamootoo : I love these designs, they look so professional ! are you a beginner or have you practiced face painting a lot ?
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The skill is there, the only way to get faster is to paint. As a newbie still myself, I found the best way to get ready is just dive in. Painting my arms, legs and practice heads was helpful but nothing like faces. Do free events, friends parties, community events, church... whatever.. Not so much pressure to be great or perfect and nothing like painting live canvas for practice to get faster. Keep watching Lisa and all the other awesome artist that share their craft on youtube (its my biggest teacher). I have been doing this for about 6 months now and my phone is ringing and Im getting booked(not a ton, but its happening). Free events will give you lots of practice on getting quick designs done and will give you the pressure feeling of a long line, private parties will give you more time to do more detail, masks and full faces without the line pressure(and you usually can get great pictures to add to your portfolio). Good luck!
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Ansiktsmålning wrote:@Anamootoo : I love these designs, they look so professional ! are you a beginner or have you practiced face painting a lot ?
Thanks, Ans. Yes, I'm a beginner. I painted first in October of last year... But didn't really start regular practice till Jan. If there is any skill in anything I've painted, it is only due to this forum, YouTube, and FABA. Because, having access to the best talent in this field certainly hasn't hurt.
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