But, you didn’t think you had the talent or time to do that. JoAnne D. Wescott shows you how easy it is, by following her step-by-step guide in Easy Face Painting.
In 11 super-easy-to-follow chapters she not just tells you but shows you exactly how to do face painting, even if you’ve never before picked up a brush. No talent required, no fuss, no muss, and massive fun for you and the little ones.
She starts at the absolute basic level, assuming no prior knowledge of any kind. She tells you exactly what paints to use – and which never to use. She covers how to set up your own little “workshop” and how to mix and apply paints, safely and without yucky odors.
But that’s just the beginning. She’s so thorough that every question you have before you pick up the ebook, and as you read it, is answered long before you get to the end. Ever wonder how all those wonderful designs – butterflies, complicated hearts, flowers, and more – are created? She does a lot more than just tell you. She shows you. Better still, she shows you where to get new ones so every child can have a unique, individualized face painting design.
Of course, people with lots of experience always make it seem easy, right? Well, the author shows you how you don’t have to be an artist, or have any natural flair for design. In a series of step-by-step photos she illustrates how each design is created and applied.
Even the most fumble-fingered can make a curve, a dot, and other simple things. She shows how easy it is to put all these individual pieces together until you have a complete design that the kids – and you – will just love.
But things can go wrong, right? Sure. Ms. Wescott understands that well. After all, she didn’t start out with any professional expertise. She tells and shows – and explains clearly – all the little (and not so little) things that can happen when you venture into face painting. Then she gives you tons of tips and techniques to avoid them before they happen… and what to do if they happen anyway.
Among the many extras that set this ebook apart from others on the subject is the chapter that explains how you can even turn your face painting skills into cash. After all, if you can do it for your children’s parties you could do it for others and earn some extra money. And, you may be surprised to learn how much you can make that way and how easy it is to get started.
The author explains all that in the same detail she devotes to all the other helpful topics in “Easy Face Painting, How An Amateur Face Painter Can Get Professional Results… Even If You’ve Never Picked Up A Paintbrush.” Pick up your copy today and start lighting up those little faces.