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Showing posts with label Body Art. Show all posts

Body Painting or Lots and Lots of Henna

Thursday, July 17, 2014

I was hired to do henna tonight at a birthday party for a 14-year-old girl. The kids were great, though I was really disconcerted to hear "Oh, this is from Glee" when songs from my junior high and high school years were playing. Wow, am I that old? Really? When did that happen?!

At any rate, the party was outside, where the humidity was wreaking a bit of havoc with the henna's consistency, but I got some decent results and the kids loved it. Mom had set up a great little table from me, with printed paisley designs to "set the scene." That was great!

Some of my pieces...






(The girl pulled this one up on her smartphone; it apparently means "love.")




(In case you can't tell, peace signs are "in" this year!)

And my very last request of the night, from the birthday girl's younger brother, a penguin. I drew it first in surgical marker to be sure I'd get it right, and you can still see it behind the henna. The marker is easily washed off, while the henna stain will remain. It was quite dark at this point, and I was working by a dim porch light, so I wasn't quite as "on" the marker as I thought I was.

And yes, the penguin is holding a little fish. I just had to.

Five Animal Woman Style Body Painting

Monday, July 14, 2014

Five wild animal Woman style body painting
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Nice Art of Body Painting Collection

Friday, July 11, 2014

Nice Art of Body Painting Collection

Nice Art of Body Painting Collection


Nice Art of Body Painting Collection
Nice and beautiful Art of Body Painting Collection

Marine Sexy Girl - Body Painting

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Marine Sexy Girl - Body PaintingMarine Sexy Girl - Blue Style Body Painting

Polygonal Curvature Painting

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Polygonal Curvature Painting
January 9, 2007 - New Orleans, LA. Art photography from the latest Tracy Craig at Kelly's body painting, a local model, when he experimented with painting the linear geometry of the curved bodyscape.

gz-bodypainting or John Vargas Clothing Body Painting on Nude Models

Friday, June 25, 2010

John Vargas is an artist who prefers to put paint on nude models rather than on traditional canvas. A unique and talented Vargas paints sports uniforms at some beautiful models. The work already done and then photographed and sold through the site BodypaintUSA.com.

John Vargas Clothing Body Painting on Nude Models

John Vargas Clothing Body Painting on Nude Models

John Vargas Clothing Body Painting on Nude Models

John Vargas Clothing Body Painting on Nude Models



The photos in full screen erotic tastes. We have been showing the girls his football in this particular post. We shamelessly we get stories from our friends at the CO-ED Magazine (link available below). We also have a video of the artist at work. First, it might be a bit on the side and showing titillating men and women get their paint is applied.


source : http://www.bittenandbound.com/2008/03/01/john-vargas-paints-clothing-on-nude-models-photos-video/

gz-Body Painting or Paratroopers Woman Body Painting

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

paratroppers women body paintingWomen Body painting of paratroopers.
Look at pictures of parachutes in body painting

gz-Body Painting or Sexy Beach wear Body Painting

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

beach wear body paint
A woman painting a section
with beach clothes on his body

gz-Body Painting or Irina Shayk on Beach Body Paint

Monday, May 17, 2010

irina shayk beach body paint
Irina Shayk looks sexy for a photo session for
the body paint Sports Illustrated Swimsuit body painting on the beach.

gz-Body Painting or Improvements

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Tonight was another meeting of the northern NJ Face & Body Art Guild, and I was finally able to make it again. I've missed several meetings because of the show and rehearsals. Now that we're out of rehearsals, and in fact there's only one weekend left, I've got time.

And I am now, quite literally, a card-carrying member of the guild!


How cute is that?

This month's meeting was especially valuable, as we had a guest teacher to lead our workshop, Pashur. Yup, the same great guy whose class I took back in November. He's really a great person in addition to being a great artist, and it was fun to see him again.


In addition to a great new parrot design, he showed us ways to really improve our sharks. Plus, I learned this great tattoo-style rose that, when filled in and shaded, is similar to an Ed Hardy look.


Polished up, filled in, shaded, and surrounded by some tribals or thorny vines, this will be a phenomenal addition to my repertoire.

The best part of Pashur's workshops are the games that get you to push your boundaries. One game was to fingerpaint fifteen 3-color roses with a vine, leaves, and a bumblebee... first person to finish won, so we needed to move fast and throw skill and "pretty" out the window. The range of outcomes was hilarious.


Mine was second from the left.

I can't wait to put my new skills and ideas to good use!

gz-Body Painting or What an experience!

Monday, May 3, 2010

Wow.

Friday night was opening night of the show I'm in, and everyone went out after, so I got home late. And then of course I was wide awake and couldn't sleep right away.

I got up on Saturday at around 9 a.m., leaving for Tribeca at 10, to get to the Film Fesival.

I found my place in Washington Market Park, and set up while Eric went to find parking - it took him an hour! Tha'ts how crazy and huge the fetival was. It makes sense on such a gorgeous day. The high was 88, and it was just partly cloudy. Perfect for this sort of thing, really, and I was in an area shaded by trees, so it was even more attractive.

Well, on the first trip, people saw me put stuff by the table with the "face painting" sign, and started to line up. As usual, people started getting on line for painting while I was still setting up. I set up fast, and got going... and going... and going.


I painted nonstop for 5 hours, barely taking a break for a swig of SmartWater.


The kids were freakin' awesome, EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. Not exaggerating. Polite, sweet, fun. Laughed at my bad jokes, and I did a zillion butterflies but most let me match colors to their outfits! And most of the parents and guardians were also freakin' awesome. Seriously, I was thanked for doing the painting, thanked for making the kids happy, repeatedly told what a great artist I was, and thanked some more. They thanked me for even just being a face painter!





It feels so grear to be appreciated, it really does. This is the kind of event that makes the heat, the lugging and carrying, the practice, the investment, the shore shoulders and backs - all of it - worthwhile.


I heard that people were waiting on line for me for TWO HOURS and were STILL nice to me. I'm pretty sure that says something about their character.


People were so disappointed when I had to leave at 4; next year I will definitely not audition for the May show at the theater so I can spend the whole day painting. It's worth it.

While there, though, I got to do my second ever panda! And third, but I didn't get a photo of that one.


I loved this brother and sister too, a kitty that originally wanted to be a bird, and a robot! My robot requests are very infrequent, but a challenge is always welcome.


I also got to design my first mouse! This girl was such a cutie, and luckily, we got video and a photo of the final result.




That night, I was back on stage for a great show, as was I on Sunday afternoon!

After that, I came home to an email from the project manager of the Festival, letting me know that the "official" estimate was that they had over 300,000 attendees and thanking me for "helping to make it such a very special day for everyone who attended."

She commented that she'd wanted to say hi as she passed a few times, but didn’t want to interrupt me "while [I was] busy transforming faces into artistic beauty," that everyone seemed so pleased with my work, and that it was a pleasure to have me with them. It was definitely mutual!

gz-Body Painting or Body Art

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Painted Show – Body Art

gz-Body Painting or Go, Rangers!

Monday, April 5, 2010

OK, I'm from NJ, I know. And I'm really a Devils fan. But I married a Rangers fan, and since we met, he'd been talking about me painting a Rangers jersey on his all-white cat, Neptune. Neptune, in addition to being all white, is a lump. He's a sweetheart, snuggly, and likes to lie around. You can mush him to bits and he doesn't care.

So we figured it'd work fine.

Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeell... we found out that Neptune is a little squirmy when being painted for any length of time. I should've known; he will only take licking/cleaning from his sister Catimus for so long before walking away, and I imagine this felt similar. Don't worry, I used all Snazaroo, it's perfectly safe. Child toy safety rated, even. And no animals - not even Neptune - were harmed in the painting of this cat or taking of the photos.


Almost none. My dog, Meg's, feelings were hurt, but she gets like that any time I pay too much attention to one of the cats. But that's it, I promise. And even that was fixed; I painted her head with a NJ Devils logo (not my best work, I admit), and she just lay there the whole time, happy for the attention.


Those sharp edges are just not easy on fur!

gz-Body Painting on Summer Style Festival

Austria Summer Style Body PaintingMaybe this is austria summer style body painting on body painting summer style festival, nice art of body painting.

gz-Body Painting or Sexy Full Body Painting

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Sexy Full Body Painting

Sexy Full Body Painting, two models in a body painting show. originally upload by maldwyn2007
 

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