Hulk One Stroke Face Painting Tutorial Instructions:
Placement is very important in this version of 'Hulk'. Place Hulks nose almost right between the eyes.
Create angry looking one stroke swoops to frame the eyes.
Next, frame the area where the mouth will go, and continue framing the area around with strokes in the same direction.
The chin can be made with a one stroke semi circle.
Top tip: our 'flora' brushes are PERFECT for creating teeth. Simply load up your flora brush and 'stamp' them on!
Use Superstar 'old red' to fill in the mouth/gums area.
Create the eyebrows with short strokes and remember to make them look ANGRY!
Use a thin round brush to outline any key features. Outline the teeth if you wish, and add some shading.
Continue shading anywhere you would like to enhance. Then, use fast, short strokes to add some messy hair
Finally, add some white highlights to make the design really pop!
Have a go, and tag us in your recreations!
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DPD has launched a new app that will allow customers more control and options regarding the delivery of a parcel.
Called ‘Your DPD’, the app enables customers to create their own profile, set their delivery preferences and track deliveries. The app even allows customers to request that drivers always avoid certain times of the day, such as the school run.
The app also can automatically alert the DPD driver when an app user returns home. So if a parcel couldn’t be successfully delivered earlier in the day, the driver can now make another delivery before they finish their round. The app user is sent a notification to advise that the driver is returning with their parcel.
This video explains some of the features:
Not only does the app help you track your parcel, you can also instruct that it be delivered to safe place or a specific neighbour and change the delivery day. And a new feature allows you to get a second chance delivery in the same day. If you missed the delivery earlier in the day, but are now home you can inform the driver and hopefully the driver can fit you in again same-day.
For the first time, customers can genuinely create their own parcel plan and be confident that whatever happens, they will have a range of choices, up to the minute information and real-time in-flight options to ensure they never miss a delivery again.”
The app is available for download from today. Apart from the fact that the last thing I need is another bleeding app, this does all look excellent. And it’s further evidence that DPD are leading the pack when it comes to innovating in the delivery space.
What are you waiting for gang, download the app to make sure you always get your face painting deliveries on time!
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Come and join us for an evening of wine, cake, candy floss and hotdogs, special offers, paint and of course our legendary goody bags to celebrate our 3rd birthday.
Every year we love to mix it up and this year we have done that! so get ready for a fun filled evening with your painting freinds .
Everyone is welcome - including little people
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With the every evolving world of social media growing so quickly, getting peoples attention has become as difficult as ever. One social media platform that does seem to be working a treat when it comes to engaging with your audience is Periscope. Of course given the nature of the platform it is easy to see why. In spite of its relative early days compared to the likes of Facebook and Twitter, Periscope is still a crowed place and grabbing the attention of it’s users is still a problem for many. I’ve said that said I have some Periscope tips and tricks that will help get the exposure you are looking for.
For those of you who have looked at periscope and thought “nah it’s not for me!”, you really are missing out. If you are not already using the live broadcasting app to get your message in front of perspective clients and customers, then you need to re-evaluate.
As you can see by the stats above, they are pretty impressive Periscope looks like it is here to stay, so its time to jump on board.
My top Periscope Tips
1- Sort out your bio
When you initially set up Periscope it automatically puts your Twitter bio in and uses it for your Periscope bio.(If you haven’t got a Twitter account – get one now) While this may be acceptable, you will need to make sure it contains the following.
2- Think about what your going to say or do
Plan out your scopes, if you are covering a topic in a scope, bullet point it. Keep that in your eye line so that you can refer to it as you go along. This way you can not only provide the best value to your audience, but it makes sure you cover all the points you want to get across.
3- Make your title interesting
Here are four Periscope tips when it comes to putting together your headline:
4 – Spread the word everywhere
Periscope will automatically send out a tweet on your twitter account once your scope goes live, which is great. However, then you have to wait for people to turn up. So why not send out a tweet five minutes before going live, telling people you will be on in five minutes.
5 - Repurpose your Scopes
Save your scopes to your camera roll, then upload your scope to YouTube, this way when it disappears from Periscope you will still be able to direct viewers to your videos.
6 – Remember those coming later
When you are live it is great, there are people on and they are interacting with you, asking questions, commenting and it’s brilliant. One thing to keep in mind is those people who are watching later (I’m always that person who replays). That could be on Periscope itself or on Youtube if you follow the advice above.
So when you get on the call thank those who are on live for joining you and also thank those watching the replay and give them a way to interact with you even if they are watching the recording. Tell them where they can contact you with comments or questions you have discussed on the scope. You would be surprised how many people fail to do this and potentially lose out on valuable interactions with potential customers or clients.
7 – Ask for Love!
Periscope operates on the power of love! Okay, not entirely true they are hearts actually. When people tap on the screen while watching a recording live or the replay on the app, it sends hearts you way. These hearts are used as a ranking system and the more hearts you have, the higher your rank. So don’t be afraid to ask for hearts.
For an added bonus ask people to tap on the screen at the points they like within the scope. That way you can receive instant feedback and see what is working and what it not.
8 – Remember it’s interactive
Don’t forget, there are real people on the other end of the line, so interact with them. Ask some questions, find out where they are from, do some research, even just ask them when do they think the best time for you to do your next scope is?
While you are teaching and preaching, they want to be entertained! – throw in some light heartedness
I hope this has helped you all, and look forward to atching all your scopes, dont forget to follow us here https://www.periscope.tv/t.hefacepaintingshop