Super Simple Puppy Face Paint Tutorial Instructions and Products listed below!
We use a filbert brush and white paint to create an oval shaped
Using a flat or angled brush and a colour of your choice, create some floppy ears.
Fill in the middle area, connecting it with the muzzle.
Don't bring the colour down further than the
Use a darker shade of your chosen colour to outline the bottom half of the muzzle
Use the same colour to create short hair strokes as an
outline all the way around your design.
Dogs have a rounder nose than cats so take this into account
when painting yours on.
Add 3 small dots in a triangular pattern on each side of the muzzle.
Paint a little red tongue coming out of the side of the mouth and outline in black.
Use a liner brush and some white paint to give your dog some fuzzy fur and highlights. You can
'fuzz up' the muzzle, too, if you like!
This design is so quick and tidy - easy to replicate on the job in a matter of minutes!
For those of you who missed out on getting a spot on the Heather Green Workshops this month - we have great news!
We are holding a meet and greet evening for you to come and meet Heather, have a chat with her and take as many selfies as you possibly can :-)
It will be a great chance to meet Heather and do some paint shopping at the same time.
Nibbles and reshments will be provided
TUESDAY 16TH AUGUST 2016
So please join us from 6.00pm (the doors will be locked until this time)
**Please note the shop will be closed during the day while Heathers classes are in progress.**
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!
Sally Ann Lynch Face Painting Board - http://goo.gl/P0oHcJ
Global Funstroke “Borneo” - http://bit.ly/1YFXVWO
Black Diamond FX - http://bit.ly/1TJrjaD
White Diamond FX - http://bit.ly/1KgFjq2
Superstar “Old Red” - http://bit.ly/1suSzTI
The Face Painting Shop Brushes: http://bit.ly/1suStLW
The Face Painting Shop Flora Brush (For perfect TEETH!): http://bit.ly/1rWXWLo
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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!