Here is my skull chandelier I made from a $2.00 thrift store light. It just happened to have six arms. The set of skull lights are the kind that get staked into the ground. Just so happens, there are three to a set. So two set later and a few zip-ties I have a great looking light that will look awesome hanging over my Halloween table I set for all the Trick or Treater's. Halloween 2012 picture to be posted later.
Friday, October 26, 2012
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Paint the nose using different color paints. You can paint any shape you like here. Be creative.
|Paint Eye Color|
|Add Black Eyeball|
Back to the eyes now...while the teeth dry. I add some white circles..I also drag the white paint using the other end of the paint brush to add some sparkles to their eyes.
Now I place a fan on them and let them dry really good..because next is the doodling step...MY FAVORITE PART!!!
OK, the FUN STEP!!! I use a black sharpie and outline everything I painted. I use dots and dashes and hash lines to do this. There are no rules, and don't be to perfect...just have fun with it. Add dots to areas that look empty. I also outline their cheeks doing this. Add some eyelashes and eyebrows as you see fit. After it is all dry, I do give it a clear coat over the whole face. Now if anyone does this..please post pics..I wanna see.