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Heh, I know I've posted this everywhere, but I just love this shot so much that I had to post it here.
Anyway, here's a back shot to show just how much work was put into the drawings. We took nearly two hours when doing these, and they were so worth it. Only probably was that the paint rubbed off kinda easily on everything.
Anyway, big thanks to Chibiko and Amanda for doing all this work and being patient to make it happen.
Abarai obSEXion posted on 06-10-2008 at 02:52 PM:
Woow! Amazing O_O you really look like him!!
SanaK posted on 03-30-2008 at 04:30 PM:
Awesome, so you were there too? I was there but I didn't see you around somehow, definitely would have noticed something like this..
LauraC posted on 12-14-2007 at 02:12 AM:
You look awesome! Mac Cosmetics Chroma Cakes don't budge at all. Chroma Cakes are body paints; mostly at MAC we paint people to make it look like they're wearing actual clothes. Oh yes, you need to buy the special remover to remove the body paint. These are only sold at the MAC Pro stores, by the way.
Sun posted on 12-13-2007 at 11:27 PM:
I've used Ben Nye in Theater and it's really oily...I've found Tempura paint works really well...the only time it smears or anything is if you sweat...
amande posted on 12-13-2007 at 07:32 PM:
DAMN STRAIGHT YOU BETTER GIVE ME PROPS!!! >:[ That seriously took longer than I expected. @_@;
Tenshiryuu posted on 12-13-2007 at 06:04 PM:
What you use for paint? I use Ben Nye on my friend, and it stays on pretty well. It's supposed to last even longer if you seal it with hairspray, and it doesn't rub off too easily.
Chibiko721 posted on 12-13-2007 at 02:09 PM:
That's cause we added x amount of make up layer on you so the sexy blue shows up.
PS> Pic credited to yours Truly~
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