Only In Ur Mind:
Welcome to Only In Ur Mind. Here's my Spooky Jack Skellington the Pumpkin King Make-up. If you are a fan of Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas than this is the video for you. I tried to create the movies Jack Skellington and I was very happy with my end results. If you like this video please like and subscribe!
Wolfe face and body paint in white
Eye-shadow in black
Halloween spirit store: Jack's gloves
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Step 1: Pre-
-I used Elmer's stick glue and power to mat down my eyebrows.
- I painted a circle for Jack's head using Wolfe face and body paint in white on my face.
Step 2: Eyes, Nose, and Mouth
I used Wolfe black for Jacks eyes, nose, and mouth.
-Eyes: I made a teardrop shape around my whole eye, with the point end on my nose and I will fill it in later.
-nose: two lines on the bridge of my nose.
-mouth: a nice smiley line across Jacks face and line going down the smile line. ;)
Step 3: Filling In
-I used Wolfe face and body paint in white to fill in Jack's face.
-And Wolfe's black to fill in his eyes.
Step 4: Neck
I painted Jack's neck on my chin and filled it in.
Step 5: Bat Bow-tie
I used that same black for the bow-tie.
Step 6: Bat Bow-tie and Lapel
-Lapel: I used white for inside the lapel and painted alternating white and black lines for the lapel.
-Bat bow-tie: I also alternated black and white wavy lines for the bat wings place of the bow-tie.
Step 7: Fill in Background
I used the same Wolfe black to fill in all around my head, face, and neck.
Step 8: Suit and More Filling In
-Trace the lapel with white.
-For Jack's awesome suit alternate white and black lines.
-For the arms make horizontal lines.
-For the chest make vertical lines.
-and fill in the background, like parts of neck and arms not part of the suit or tie.
Step 9: Shading and Shadowing
I used black eye shadow to shade and shadow the eyebrows, nose, and under eyes.
Step 10: Mouth
I didn't like having just the line for Jack's mouth. So I used Wolfe black and painted his mouth open to give him a spooky and creepy smile.
Step 11: Brow Bone
For a scarier look I added brow bones that extended out.
Step 12: All Done
I had gloves from the Halloween store that completed Jack's Super Spooky look.
I hope you enjoy.
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Participated in the
Halloween Costume Contest 2015