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08 October 2022, 03:00 PM

The Science of Evil Designs: specifics, main rules, and how-to's

A Class by Mara Zegers NETHERLANDS, MARA - Make Art Really Amazing Visit site

Ever wondered what makes a design look evil and spooky? No, it's not covering it all in blood. LOL In this class, I'm going to show you how you can use a series of specific factors to make sure they look wicked. We'll navigate through characteristic shapes, colors, and lines. You'll learn four different designs. But most importantly, by the end of the class, you'll be able to create your own evil designs easily!

Materials:

Evil Pumpkin Mask

  • Blazin brush filbert XL №6
  • Sponge
  • №4 or №5 round brush
  • №3 round brush for linework
  • Superstar light orange 046
  • Superstar carmine red 128
  • Superstar old red 127
  • Superstar flash green 142
  • Superstar bright yellow 044
  • Superstar brilliant blue 143
  • Diamond FX black
  • Diamond FX white

Evil Skull Mask

  • Sponge
  • Blazin brush filbert XL №6
  • №4 or №5 round brush
  • №3 round brush for linework
  • Superstar fuchsia pink 101
  • Superstar purple 038
  • Superstar light green 110
  • Superstar flash green 142
  • Superstar bright yellow 044
  • Diamond FX black
  • Diamond FX white

Slimy Monster Mask

  • Blazin brush filbert XL №6
  • №4 or №5 round brush
  • №3 round brush for linework
  • Superstar light green 110
  • Superstar flash green 142
  • Superstar fuchsia 101
  • Superstar soft yellow 102
  • Diamond FX black
  • Diamond FX white

Evil Ghost Mask

  • Blazin brush filbert XL №6
  • №4 or №5 round brush
  • №3 round brush for linework
  • Superstar henry jr. blue 100
  • Superstar brilliant blue 143
  • Superstar light orange 046
  • Superstar carmine red 128
  • Diamond FX black
  • Diamond FX white


Mara Zegers

Degree as a makeup artist. Multiple certificates in theater makeup, special effects makeup, and hairdressing. Honor graduate from the International Face Painting School. Won multiple face painting contests. Instructor on FABATV.

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