by Craftbits (Shellie Wilson)
What you needFace paints: brown, light brown, black, white
sponge, chisel brush, medium brush, small brush
- With the sponge, cover most of the face with dark brown, leaving a round unpainted circle around the mouth and nose. Smooth the color out with the chisel brush.
- With the chisel brush, color in the unpainted circle of the muzzle with white paint.
- Paint the nose black. Remember, bears have much bigger noses that we do so don’t be afraid to use lots of black.
- Using the small brush, paint the bear’s muzzle – paint little dots over the upper lip.
- Still using the small brush, outline the mouth with black face paint.
- With the light brown paint, use the chisel brush to paint over the eyelids.
- Using the black paint and a medium brush, define the eyebrows. Brush with upward strokes to make them look fuller and darker.
- If you like, use a little white to highlight the nose. This will make it look shiny like a real bear’s nose.
- Still using the white paint and the small brush, outline the entire circumference of the muzzle.
Don’t forget to growl!
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