Step 2: Mario & Luigi

Acrylic Paint:


Cadmium Red
Unbleached Titanium Hue

Sharpie Paint:



Brilliant Green
Unbleached Titanium Hue

Sharpie Paint:


To make Mario & Luigi, paint two hard-boiled with the Unbleached Titanium hue. Repeat process two times. Wait at least 1 hour to dry. Next, using a lead pencil, draw their faces onto the eggs. Use paint accordingly to fill in eyebrows, mustache, etc. Use the white sharpie paint pen for the pupils and the blue paint pen for the blue outline of the eyes.

<p>Hi there! I'm doing an Easter egg roundup and would love to use these eggs. Is it ok if I share the image in my post with a link back to this instructables article? These are so awesome :)</p>
<p>Such Detail!</p>
<p>i already made this with markers, haha. my nephew love it so much. I post it on my instagram @wipank_</p>
<p>This is so cool. Great job</p>
<p>amazing just amazing</p>
Thanks for posting, I have just made mario for an easter egg competition for school , it looks great! Thanks! :)<br>
Cool! I hope you win!
Thanks! :)
awsome, but you forgot the yoshi egg ( not yoshi but his egg)
Actually, I did make the Yoshi egg, The detail for him was pretty easy, so I didn't include him in the final pics. Just three circles painted green.
i love yoshi
My son does too! He's insisted that he be Yoshi for Halloween.
cool i think he will grow up to be awesome =)
super cute!
I like playing Mario games. So i love these eggs. So creative.
Yesterday wanted our daughter (when she saw mine egg) Also paint a egg .And she did so here is the photo. Tomorrow they come to our site (with a link to you) <br><br>
OMG! How awesome!
This is awesome!<br /> <br /> (and it made it to <a href="http://gma.yahoo.com/photos/create-super-mario-bros-easter-eggs-slideshow/super-mario-bros-photo-1333567218.html">Good Morning America's</a> site)
Totally awesome! Thanks for the link. :)
Wonderful work indeed! I never have gotten over my Mario phase either! lol.
I had so much fun by making this Mario egg thanks for sharing !
Awesome! Did you blow out the egg? I think you can put a clear coat on top and it will last longer. Maybe an experienced artist can help us out with this?
Yes Idid blow out the egg. Tomorro i give the egg a coat (painting medium)
superb.... <br><br>u wake up old memories.....
Wow!!! Awesome!!
These are very cool. You might want to blow the eggs out, then you could keep them. When I was younger I loved doing that and oddly 15+ years later I still have some! (Go figure!)
Wow, that's awesome. 15+ years! Originally I just did this for the kids for fun, but I wish I would have blown out the eggs. Guess I'll just have to make them again.
SUPER work! It'll be crying shame to crack one open and destroy the art. ;-( ;-)
Thank you! I agree! It took a long time to finish all the details. I'm going to let the kids play with them on Easter though. I hope some of them survive, but I doubt it. ;)
Love the bullet-bill one! hahahhaha
I figured I had to include him. He's a classic!
defiantly! its great :)
So fun, great job!
Awesome! Though it is a pain, you could poke a hole in each end first and blow out the innards. Though, you would have to be gentle when you paint :)
Thank you Penolopy! I'm going to have to try this trick. :)
That's so awesome.. perfect time for Easter!<br><br>Maybe you can do the pinhole trick and blow out the raw egg instead of boiling them. That way there's no issue with keeping the eggs for longer.
Thanks! <br><br>I've never tried that trick before, but knowing me, I would probably drop the egg and it would shatter to pieces. It's worth a try though. They should keep for a while in the fridge. We'll see how many many make it after Easter!

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