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Step 1: Teal

First I put teal on my forehead, down my nose, and on the lower part of my cheeks.

Step 2: Yellow

Add yellow to the rest of your face.

Step 3: Details

Getting a dark blue I put details like anger lines, I also put over drawn lines by my nose so it looks bigger.

Step 4: Spots and Spikes

With a dark blue I started adding dots making smaller ones closer to the inside of my face and bigger ones towered the outside. I left some spots in the blue paint because I went in after with that teal teal color.
then using white I put in horns and teeth.

Step 5: Shadows

Using black eyeliner, black eyeshadow, and gray eyeshadow I add shadows around the horns, teeth, and nose.

Step 6: Eyes

I put on a winged eyeliner, black eyeshadow dragging it to my forehead, and mascara.

Step 7: Highlight

Using light teal I added highlights to my nose, horns, and above the teeth.

Step 8: Body

put teal down the neck, tells everywhere else, then use dark blue for the scale look, and last add some spots!



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    3 years ago on Introduction

    BIG Thanks for sharing this. I enjoyed seeing your process of mixing the colors. Far more complex than I had thought. I would enjoy seeing a group of trained dancers wearing the Snakeosaur facial art dancing to the music you had on in the video. I think that would be entertaining!

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    3 years ago

    very creative, not sure what a Snakeosaur is but the talent involved in applying that make up to yourself is sublime

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    Reply 3 years ago

    I'm not sure what it is myself haha. thank you though!