smokinsnorlax asked:

I want to do a bride of Frankenstein type thing for Halloween, but I'm not sure how to do the scars/stitches? What would you suggest, because I can't find any good prosthetics. Thanks! 💚

Hey! It kinda depends on how realistic you want to go, I guess. If you want realism, I’d use a combination of liquid latex and tissue paper to create gashes, add paint/blood inside the wound, and then use thread to add stitches to the edges (there are almost certainly youtube tutorials by more competent artists than me of things like this, have a look). If you want to go more cartoony (which is probably what I would do for a costume and would be a lot quicker and easier), you could do something like this with paints. This took about 5 minutes, so forgive the lack of detail, but you could take more time over it and create a pretty bold effect with hardly any extra materials :)image

kellinkk-deactivated20141019 asked:

Hey, I'm in love with your blog already and I've just been on it for 1 minuet however how long does it take you to do what you do on your face x

Thank you! Depends really, if it’s a full-face paint they tend to take 2-3 hours as I never really plan what I’m doing and just make it up as I go. Smaller ones, such as my most recent post (here), take around 40 minutes to an hour.

cantskate-m8 asked:

I absolutely love your blog, do you mostly paint yourself or practice on other people?

Thank you! Almost entirely myself at the moment (just because it’s most convenient), but I want to get more practise on other people, especially as I want to work in films in the future :)

frost-bitten7227 asked:

Do you know who: my chemical romance is? If so what's your favorite song by them

omg I genuinely adore MCR, they were the first band I was ever properly crazy about when I was about 13 and they still hold a special place in my heart, haha. Favourite song is probably The Ghost Of You because I was a very very angsty teenager, but everything from Three Cheers really

Some kind of interpretation of Twisty the Clown from American Horror Story: Freakshow. It’s rather messy and inaccurate but it was fun anyway. Also I was going to do some of the rest of the costume but then I got hungry and gave up to eat curry instead.
Mehron Paradise paints, Kryolan Supracolors

Some kind of interpretation of Twisty the Clown from American Horror Story: Freakshow. It’s rather messy and inaccurate but it was fun anyway. Also I was going to do some of the rest of the costume but then I got hungry and gave up to eat curry instead.

Mehron Paradise paints, Kryolan Supracolors

Anonymous asked:

do you have a favourite fashion label? x

Slightly strange question, anon, but I’ll take it! I’m not into proper designer stuff due to lack of money/interest, but I love Black Milk and Yumi dresses. I also have quite a lot of Fat Face clothing because I work there.