Sparkling Faces | The Ultimate Face Painting Practice Block - Children's Edition (50 paper pages)
What materials are Sparkling Faces Practice Block pages made from?
The Sparkling Faces Practice Blocks are made from sturdy luxurious paper that is easy to paint on with water based face paint. You can not wash the paint off of these pages, so they come with a special "boomerang shield" tool to help you get the paint just where you want it and avoid painting over the eyes or on the hair.
What are the dimensions of the Children's Edition Face Paint Practice Block?
The Sparkling Faces Block pages are printed on A4 sturdy paper sheets, which is close to about 8.3 × 11.7 inches, or almost a standard piece of printing paper. The dimensions of the faces and arms will give you a realistic face and body painting experience
What is the Ultimate Face Painting Practice Block of kid faces best for?
Don't forget, practice makes progress! When you don't have a willing live model, practice tools like this will save the day! Sparkling Faces Practice Blocks were designed for multiple uses for you face painting business. This block of full color pages has profile and front facing images of boys and girls and arms design pages. The Kid's Profile Pages are printed on both sides of the pages to suite both right and left handed artists and to provide a challenge to those who have a hard time painting on a certain side of the face. That means there are a total of 62 template designs printed on the 50 practice pages.
Bring this Ultimate Practice Block to face painting conventions, workshops and jams to try out new designs while following along with the instructor. You can take notes in pen about what products they suggest or that you used. You can also use them to practice face painting at home or while traveling, or to create special designs for your own classes that you teach, for private makeup appointments or for special holiday designs.
The face painting practice pages are perfect for transferring your designs that you have perfected on your Sparkling Faces Plastic Practice Boards to a colorful sheet to use as a display board. You can laminate these pages or put them in a spiral notebook with plastic page protectors for customers to browse through.
How do I use Sparkling Faces Practice Blocks?
You cannot wipe the paint off after it gets on the paper, so you may want to make a light sketch with pencil or white paint to guide you if you have trouble with symmetry and getting your strokes right where you want them. Use the Boomerang Shield to cover the areas that you don't want to get paint on. Get your brush wet, tap off any excess moisture, and then swipe the brush back and forth on your face paint cake to load the bristles with face paint. Apply the paint in smooth strokes and re-load your brush as needed. You can also sponge on colors or add liquid bling to your finished designs. To avoid dripping or beading, and to promote faster drying of the paint, make sure that your paint is thick and creamy, not wet and inky.