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Makeup Artist Turns People Into Comic Book Characters

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Self taught makeup artist Lianne Moseley has recently found a new application for her skills. She used to focus on doing makeup for brides and models, but after she posted her makeup take on the character Archer from the animated series of the same name, she found a new hobby: She turns everyday people into comic book characters. She applies super stylized colors and lines to make it seem as though people walked off the comic page. She’s done makeup to re-create the looks of She-Hulk, Green Arrow, Captain Planet, Jean Grey, and more so far. I feel like it’s only a matter of time before she starts a YouTube channel and shares tutorials, but until then, you can see her skills in action at CTV News.

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