You can completely transform yourself with makeup. This creepy but amazingly well done Attack on Titan body paint depicts a Colossal Titan, and it looks like it’s right from the cartoon and manga. Kay Pike applied the makeup on herself and unbelievably, this is only her second time trying body painting. She got one face paint lesson from Lianne Moseley, also known as Lustre Dust. Moseley let Pike borrow a palette to experiment with, and Pike made magic happen. She says:
Things I learned about body paint this time around:
1:I need more than 6 brushes… I would have saved half an hour of time off in colour changes. 12 colours 36 brushes. Just do it.
2: premix custom colours for more speed.
3: Red is the devil.
You can see a better look at the makeup on Instagram.
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