Night Elf





Introduction: Night Elf

Purple Challenge

Runner Up in the
Purple Challenge

I used to play wow all the time, I played a Blood elf buuuuuuuuuuut that was less interesting so I did the night elf. =P

Step 1: Purple Face

Using wolfe effects paint pallet I painted my face purple, then I got into my Urban Decay electric pallet and contoured my nose and my cupids bow.

Step 2: Markings

For the markings (or tattoo) I used dark purple form my Ben Nye pallet and just slowly worked around both eyes trying my hardest to keep them as even as I could.

Step 3: Black

Getting a VERY little amount of black I went ahead and added that around the markings to bring them out a little more.

Step 4: Lips

I used NYX jumbo eye pencil in rust to fill in my lips then I got matte black eye shadow and added that to the outer corner of my lips.

Step 5: Head Piece

For the head piece I used silver from Mehron metallic pallet and added a moon between my eyebrows and used tiny dots for the chain. Then I use black matte eye shadow to shade around it, and be sure to keep the shadow a little away from the silver so it looks lifted.

Step 6: Eyes

Filled in the lid of my eyes in white from wolfe effects.

Step 7: Hair

Using a teal body paint from wolfe effects I'm putting that into my hair.

Step 8: Body

Cover the body in that same purple.

Step 9: Brows

I used foam with the sticky back and cut it to the shape I wanted and placed it where I wanted.



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    I love that you used your eyelids as the eyes of the look when they're closed. Very clever and effective :)

    Hahaha, thank you. =D

    Wow! :O I've been gaping with wonder at several of your work in succession, and I must say you must have a very steady hand and a great eye for detail. I love how you shade to such a degree of perfection that the result looks 3d and life-like. Such talent, much kudos! :)

    Aww that's so nice of you! Thank you so much!

    thank you thank you! =)

    Not sure what is more amazing: the fantastic final result, or the fact that you are able to paint that work of art in your own face! You must have a magic mirror! Awesome!

    Aww thank you so much! it's actually easier for me to paint my own face, I guess because I do it so much. XP