One Stroke Chinese Dragon — Fast & Easy Face Painting Tutorial

One Stroke Chinese Dragon — Fast & Easy Face Painting Tutorial


hi guys this is Olga today we’ll show you how to face paint a very fast and easy Buster dragon I suggest you to watch Tilda yell because I have a red dragon tutorial this video as well I loaded my one inch flat brush with sunset color block taking one of the blues from it then I dip the tip of the brush with blue into black this will add more contrast to my dragon and moving on painting I start by making two narrow loops this is going to be the muzzle then I add two more wider loops on top which is going to be the forehead next I use the dark tip of my brush and connect these two pieces in between to form the top of the dragon’s mouth using the same side of the brush I paint the bottom jaw another way my brush flat to make the job angle press it down and then lift it up the dragon’s head is almost ready we’ll leave it to dry out well and we’ll move on painting the body this part is the easiest one you just have to lay your brush flat pull it creating a long curved stroke and add a loop in the middle to paint the tail I’m gradually twisting my brush and end up with a sharp tip at the end then using the same side of the brush and painting the tip of the tail I feel this my brush gave all the paint away so reloaded it and went back on the loop with another paint layer now when the head is dry we can paint the ears I’m using the dark side of my brush and making two strokes with a gap in the middle for each ear to embellish the body I’m adding some spikes in the back again this is very easy to do just use your sharp side of the brush and move it back and forward for the light details I’m loading a small angled brush with the opposite side of the split key then dip the sharp chip of the brush into white put the flop in the ears I’m painting with the sharp side of my brush directing it with a sharp tip into the gap press it there and then flick it out sorry for the camera angle here guys unfortunately you can’t see my hand so just have to trust me using the sharp tip of my brush and painting the eyes and teeth and I must tell you that it was even easier than using a regular round brush next I’m adding some of fluff on the bird and mustache always starting the strokes with flat and adding up with sharp tips [Music] to frame the belly I’m using the flat side of my brush and making some sort of square stroke starting from the edge of the belly and flicking the brush into the gold part as you can see the gold creates a beautiful airy transition between belly scales and blue back last step is adding seen and small details with the number one round brush and black [Music] all done but stop watch the video till the end so many of you requested to see a red dragon in the city so here you go I split it up this fragment so you don’t fall asleep while watching it usually takes longer to paint a design on camera in real life this dragon design is super fast to paint it takes me only three minutes or even less to paint on the gig and the second good part of it that it looks so impressive and so intricate that it always surprised my clients the head is the part that will require more practice but I’m certain that you are going to nail it and I’d love to see your dragon so please share them with me on Facebook or tag me on Instagram via all the space body art as usually you can find all the materials used in this video as well as my contacts in the description box thank you so much for watching I hope you enjoyed this video please support me with a thumbs up and I can’t wait to see your terms bye bye [Music]

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