Practice Page For Face Painting


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If you want to join the world's largest e-mail discussion list for face painters  then enter your e-mail address in the box to the left. Get connected to beginner and professional face painters from all around the world. Ask literally any face painting question you want and get real answers to help you progress as a face painter. It is free and you will receive tips on how to paint a particular face, how to stop the line when its time to go home or how to build a successful face painting business. Share your photos with others or if you have a need ask for help and the painters will e-mail you a face painting idea for your upcoming event.

Simply cut and paste the .jpg picture below to your art program. I left it small so it would load faster. If you do not know how to cut and paste or you have no graphics package on your computer click here to go to a full page size to just print it out. Let me forewarn you going to the alternate page will take quite a while to load so be patient.

Print out this caricatures to normal cheap copy paper and practice your face painting. It is not exactly the same as on a "human face" but it does give you a free victim that doesn't wiggle or complain. You can also use this to paint your favorite faces to put in a book or on a poster for the child to choose from.

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