This face paint is a metaphor of what I think of death. The human consumption and the eternal emptyness right after it. A ferocious and ravenous void that erase the human body and everything that body lived. No matter who you were or what have you done. Death is mighty and inevitable and eats not only flesh but your entire existence.
This piece is even a part of my first make up collaboration with Under Blue Lights. We decided to create the 2 sides of death: the dark one, were death is the end (mine) and the bright one, were there's still a possibility after all. (UBL).
Photos, Concept, Face Paint, Model, Editing, everything else: *PureBlackLove
I swear to god every time you put something up I jump for joy. You are an amazing, imaginative, creative artist and you impress me. can I just say FAVORITE FAVORITE FAAAVORITE piece so far everything about it is perfect. I love how even though the two sides are completely different they blend together so flawlessly. I enjoy the colors you chose very dramatic, my favorite part is the shading around the red and white eye,also the mouths I enjoy the skeletal mouth it actually looks realistic very detailed aswell as the cracks, Detailed thats what I love about your work how it looks like you put so much thought and time into it. Anyways very impressive I look forward to your next piece.
If there was actually a Halloween Contest of who's costume is the best, I'd say you'd win first place, I adore this picture, it's so coooooool! And would it be fine by you if I turn some of your pictures into anime characters?
It looks more like Nintendo 3DS horror makeup than Death to me Red, Black and White is the colour of the 3DS logo And i love this image even more for that! ^.^ "Death" will always be a black cloaked, scythe armed goon for me
This is great! I saw Under Blue Lights' version and like how the two of you made your own versions polar opposites. Love how you made it seem like the skeleton of death is slowly being chipped away into a demon-like face that erases all of it's own humanity