Artist Lara Hawker lives in Auckland, New Zealand where she’s taught herself how to paint faces and bodies with awesome results that range from delightful to outright terrifying. That cute little kitty clearly isn’t a fan of Attack on Titan. Hawker recently participated in the Body Art Rocks Convention in Wellington, NZ where she won the Advanced Face Art category with this amazing animorph piece.
Photographer Captures the Cosmic Effect UV Light Has on Glowing Makeup
In a “Neon Dream,” photographer Adriano Rodrigues captures the cosmic beauty of special makeup effect’s reaction to UV light. A 7-hour effort, he teamed up with Breeanna Nichols and model Sarah Luke, he portrays the alien-like and iridescent beauty, which is both ethereal and chilling.
According to WB Productions: The models’ hair were covered in natural clay to make their heads appear bald. “The models were two sisters, friends of mine,” he said. “They were very happy to model for this motive. I am also very happy, it is kind of magic, especially the colors. Most people who already saw it say that the chameleon is even better than the frog and the parrot.”
Our favorite part of this illusion is how the models worked together to bring the chameleon to life, making it appear as though the colorful reptile is carefully crawling along a slender green branch. They even parted their fingers in such a way to make their hands appear just like the lizard’s distinctive zygodactylous feet.
To get an even better look, click here to watch a video of the sisters walking their chameleon and then breaking the illusion by getting up from the platform upon which they’d been resting.
The Department of Marvelous Makeup is here to provide some inspiration for those of you still pondering what to be for Halloween next week. Corie Willet is a professional hairstylist in Quad Cities, IL, but in her free time she’s an awesome amateur body painter. Willet began experimenting with Halloween makeup just a few years ago and has a real knack for transforming herself into all sorts of fantastic pop art zombies, ghastly ghouls, ferocious monsters, vibrant animals, and this nightmarish homage to Futurama in the form of gruesome zombie Leela:
Body Paint Artist Emma Fay is an Epic Talent. Look at these examples! She is only 27 and it takes her only an average of 4 to 5 hours to create each look. For the octopus, she used 3 models, for most she uses one in varied poses. Nothing short of amazing. At least we think so. Stop by and support local artists with a purchase from Kikimodo.com - we have a large collection of unique artist rendored home decor items.