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Spiderman Face Painting Design

Follow the easy Step-by-step guide below and see our Face Painting Tips at the bottom of the page. Click on each image to enlarge and print the page if required.

 

 Spiderman face painting design

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Step 1 

Using Snazaroo White on a damp sponge, cover the whole eye area in a Pear or Egg shaped effect to reach the hair line as shown.

 

 

 

Step 1 of Spiderman face painting design


Step 2

Step 2 of Spiderman face painting design

Build Snazaroo Sparkle Red or Snazaroo Bright Red into a medium multi purpose brush.

 

Holding the brush like a pencil, outline the shape as shown.

 


Step 3 

Using a large damp sponge, build in the Red colour and sponge the whole face except for the white eye areas.

 

 

 

 

Step 3 of Spiderman face painting design

Step 4 

 Step 4 of Spiderman face painting design

Using a medium multi purpose brush loaded with Snazaroo Black, outline the shape around the eyes.

 

 

 

 


Step 5

Use a fine round brush loaded with Snazaroo Black, start creating the Spiders web as shown.

 

 

 

Step 5 of Spiderman face painting design

Step 6

 Step 6 of Spiderman face painting design

Re-load the brush with Black and join up the web.

 

 

 

 


Step 7

With a fine round brush, add a Spider to the forehead to finish.

Fill the lips with Snazaroo Black to complete your Spider face design.

 

 

Step 7 of Spiderman face painting design



Painting Tips

Before loading your Face Painting sponge with Snazaroo paint, ensure that the sponge is damp but not wet. Build the Snazaroo colour into the sponge to create a rich creamy texture. Never over wet the sponge or you will find you get a streaky uneven finish.

When using a thin fine line brush for detail, always build the colour into the brush and upto the tip. This is especially true when applying Black lines and detail to your design.

Cut a round face sponge into quarters to create smaller patterns such as spots and triangles.

If you are going to try and replicate this design for a number of children and want them all to be as similar as possible, enlist some help and asign each volunteer one face painting stage. Have the children move down the "production line" in turn and voila! - cloned faces for your party or production. This is a great idea for school events, carnivals and large parties.


Whilst we are happy for you to print off these guides for your own personal use, please note that all images and content are copywrite Parteaz 2007 and not to be reproduced without permission.
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