Wednesday, May 18, 2011
This will be the last group of face painting pictures. Like I said before, the theme was Toy Story, which explains the Woody and Jessie faces. It does not explain the bat, however. For some reason, the birthday boy wanted Batman, posted earlier, and this kid wanted a bat. I made it up on the spot and he seemed to really like it.
Sunday, May 15, 2011
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
As promised, here's a little more face painting. One of the most popular, full-face paintings that I do is the tiger. It gives boys a chance to express their inner predators. Some girls like this one as well, but you won't see many boys going for the butterfly face.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
It's a mother lode of posts from me...two. I figured everyone has been so nice waiting for me to resurrect my blog, why not show off some of the face painting I've been doing. If you're interested, I can be hired for all kinds of events. The rates vary depending on type of event and distance from my home. If you live in Central Florida, it'll be much cheaper than if you're in Northern California. Anyway, here are the pictures.
This is Xadhiel, the birthday boy. The theme of the party was "Toy Story," so Xadhiel wanted...Batman. Hey, who am I to argue with a kid whose name I can't pronounce?
I'll show more faces over the next few days. See you then.
First things first, the upcoming series of podcasts from the My Favorite Movie group will be all about Star Wars, so this modification of our logo is appropriate. Popcorn Troopers with buttery goodness.
Okay, the only explanation I have is that I haven't drawn very much lately. I've doodled here and there, but the only artwork I've finished over the last few months has been some face painting and a mural for my nephew's room. I guess I can post those images, too, but I'm hoping to have more illustrations soon. Thanks for your patience.