About this class
If you’ve always wanted to explore realism and 3D in face painting, you will benefit enormously from this class.
In part one we will learn about the science behind what makes an object look 3-dimensional.
And in part two we will have fun applying our new-found knowledge into practice!
By the end of the class, you’ll have a steady understanding of how to add 3D effect to your own designs.
- A printed copy of the hand-out (a colour copy is ideal but not essential)
- Small ruler
- Soft pencil (2B)
- A good rubber
- Colouring pencils (yellow, orange, red)
- Regular face paints (yellow, orange, red, light green, dark green, dark blue, white,
brown, grey, black)
- Black or dark brown ‘Starblend’ or other face painting powder
- 3 x Onestroke cakes (one rainbow-coloured cake, one cake with colours that go from
light on one side, to darker colours on the other and one you like for butterflies)
- Small blending brush
- One-inch flat brush
- Half-inch, flat, angled brush
- Round no. 3 brush
- Round no. 1 brush