Introduction: From Girl to Boy
I decided to turn myself into Trevor from Grand Theft Auto V. So much fun!
Step 1: Step One!
I filled in my eyebrows making them thicker, more square, and longer using brown body paint. Then taking a little latex I added to dashes on one eyebrow this is going to be a scar later.
Step 2: Wrinkles
Next I'm going to add a ton of wrinkles! Using a contour pallet I grabbed a warm brown color to make the wrinkles. to help figure out where wrinkles should go, try making funny faces and seeing where the naturally land on your face. make sure to blend!
I also added bags under my eyes!
Step 3: Random
I also randomly made my eye lid appear a touch higher by dragging a dark brown above my lid and pulling the color down.
Step 4: Dem Drugs
Now Trevor (the character I'm doing) is known for taking lots of drugs so I added his hallow cheeks by following my natural cheek bone. This step my very depending on your face.
Step 5: Nose
I used black body paint to make my nostrils longer.
Then using a contour shade I made my nose fatter at the bottom, and I made it come to more of a point at the tip.
the bridge of his nose is slender so I contoured my bridge to look smaller.
Step 6: More Wrinkles
I added wrinkles coming off his nose using that same brown and darkened up the shadow under the nose by using gray eyeshadow.
Step 7: Details
I highlighted the nose with a white eye crayon. Then I added more wrinkles by the chin. I also made a small chin dimple, and brought out my Cupids bow using that same brown.
Step 8: Lips
pursuing my lips I drug that brown contour color over my lips. This will make your lips look dry and cracked. Then taking a brown body paint I lightly outlined my lips to make them look flatter and fatter. Haha then I drug that contour color under the lip to widen my jaw.
Step 9: Dots
he has spots on his face, so I took a brown body paint and added three dots on my nose and one dot under my eyes.
Step 10: Scares
to make my eye brow scar stand out I used white and brown eye liner. Then I did the same to add a scar to his lip.
Step 11: Details
I added a few more wrinkles and some dirt to the cheek.
Step 12: Stubble
taking a stippling sponge I took three different cream makeup colors in brown and added some scruff.
Step 13: Cut Here
for his cut here tattoo I used black body paint.
Step 14: Hair
I used the stipple sponge to add sideburns and then used foundation that matched my face to try and add a receding hair line.
Participated in the
Full Spectrum Laser Contest 2016
Participated in the
Before and After Contest 2016