Watercolor Oogie Boogie Body Paint

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Introduction: Watercolor Oogie Boogie Body Paint

About: Find me on YouTube.com/msmaomaoz and facebook.com/msmaomaoz.

I randomly decided to do Oogie Boogie and I wanted to try and make him look kinda watercolor-ish. What do you think? Also be sure to subscribe to my youtube page and help support me!

Step 1: Outline

Using, a white eyeliner pencil I sketched out my idea.

Step 2: Green

I took a neon green from wolfe effects and painted my whole face avoiding the eyes and mouth.

Step 3: Black

Fill in the eyes and mouth with black body paint.

Step 4: Purple

Taking a light purple body paint I started making the angry brow , and wrinkles around the face.

Step 5: Pink

Using light pink body paint I blended that into the purple. I used my finger to blend the color to help with the watercolor feel.

Step 6: Repeat

I did he same thing around the mouth and nose and cheeks.

Step 7: Stitches

Taking black again I added stitch marks all around the mouth

Step 8: Teal

Taking Teal I'm added some highlights. Also dragging it around with my finger.

Step 9: Body

Taking that green again, I'm painting all my body.

Step 10: Stitch

Taking the black I painted two lines down my neck and shoulders.

Step 11: Again Purple

Taking the purple and adding wrinkles and stuff around the body.

Step 12: Stitch Marks.

Taking the black again I added the stitch marks.

Step 13: Pink

Then I added pink again

Step 14: Teal

Then added teal, keep in mind I'm dragging it around with my finger

Step 15: Eyeshadow

Using pink, purple, and blue eyeshadow from the urban Decay electric pallet I went over the colors

Step 16: Black

Use black to black out my ears.

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    9 Discussions

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    MikaelaHolmes
    MikaelaHolmes

    4 years ago

    This is great! Really beautiful and well documented. I agree with ArianaSLabus that sketching out the outlines with a white pencil is such a good idea! I'm going to have to try that. I'm curious, I once painted my face and neck green with Wolfe effects and I had sooo much trouble getting the green tint off my skin the next day! I walked around looking vaguely ill all day! Good thing I was going to another costume party and got to paint over it again the next night! Haha. Anyway, do you have a favorite product for removing that stuff?

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    MsMaoMaoz
    MsMaoMaoz

    Reply 4 years ago

    For some reason the wolfe paints stain my skin too, I tend to use mehron because I don't have that problem as much. I just use makeup remover wipes then I jump in the show and use an oil body wash. It seems to work well.

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    ArianaSLabus
    ArianaSLabus

    4 years ago

    That...was...genius! That was a smart idea to sketch out your idea and then filling it all in. I really dig the contour lines and how they blend together on and against the green. This really is a mix of scary and colorful all at the same time! I casted my vote for your entry in the Rainbow Contest! Good luck!

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    MsMaoMaoz
    MsMaoMaoz

    Reply 4 years ago

    aw thank you so much!

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    ArianaSLabus
    ArianaSLabus

    4 years ago

    That...was...genius! That was a smart idea to sketch out your idea and then filling it all in. I really dig the contour lines and how they blend together on and against the green. This really is a mix of scary and colorful all at the same time! I casted my vote for your entry in the Rainbow Contest! Good luck!

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    HaNDS0M3 R0B
    HaNDS0M3 R0B

    4 years ago

    Think I'm in love

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    MsMaoMaoz
    MsMaoMaoz

    Reply 4 years ago

    =}

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    JulianAzz
    JulianAzz

    4 years ago

    This looks Amaizing!

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    MsMaoMaoz
    MsMaoMaoz

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thanks!