Woof-woof! Get ready to stick your tongue out and pant for this cute and playful brown dog face paint as created by the talented Ashlea Henson!
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Step 1: Compare and Contrast
Here is a side by side comparison of the brown dog face paints I've created: one from last year as created by Josje Wolters and this year's updated version inspired by Ashlea Henson. It's hard for me to decide which one I love the best, because I love both versions the same. So, I would love for you guys to leave a comment and say which version of my brown dog face paint you love the best!
Step 2: Start With Dark Brown
So, here we go! I am starting off with dark brown face paint to shape around the face for the ears, forehead, and following down my jawline.
Step 3: Fill in With Light Brown
Next, I dived into my light brown face paint, and filled in a few areas of the face.
Step 4: Pink and White
Then, I used dark pink for the cheeks and the insides of the ears. Then, I sponged on the muzzle and part of the nose with white face paint.
Step 5: Pink Tongue
Then, using a round brush and more dark pink paint, I painted on the tongue on the bottom corner of my lip.
Step 6: Black Outlines
Then, I used black for every detail and outline, especially for the nose, ears, whisker holes, and fur.
Step 7: White Details
Finally, I dressed up my look with some white dots, outlines, highlights, and details to make it look a little more realistic!
Step 8: Bow-Wow-Wow!
Now, be ready to howl with excitement over my gallery of my brown dog face paint! Again, check out the comparison of my two brown dog face paints, and leave a comment saying which one you love the best!
Participated in the
Halloween Contest 2017