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Justice League: Green Lantern Body Paint Tutorial

Hey guys! Today we're bringing in a special guest and tackling a Green Lantern Body Paint tutorial, so let's get straight to business. And just for the record, this was recorded back in October, which would explain why my hair is blue and green in this one. Who is the Green Lantern? Green Lantern is actually a few people. Just when you thought comic books couldn't get more complicated lol. Now, I'm sure most of you think of that horrible abomination of a movie with Ryan Reynolds (Dude was totally meant to be Deadpool), but for this one I decided to go

Suicide Squad: Katana Body Paint and Background

Today I bring you a Katana body paint tutorial! "But why not Harley Quinn", you ask? Because I've done 4 of her all ready, but I do plan on doing tutorials for the rest of the squad between now and Halloween. It's just gonna take a bit of planning, and some bald caps. So why Katana first? Because her backstory is pretty freaking cool, and I love learning about new characters that don't get too much of the spotlight *cough* Guardians of the Galaxy *cough*. I'm also super proud of how the jacket came out. Last time I attempted a jacket

Teen Titans: Blackfire Body Paint Tutorial

And here we are, back to the darkside, and suprisingly in the DC universe. Today I'm going to go over a Blackfire body paint tutorial, but in my usual style, I'm going to give you a little background for her because sharing is caring, and these characters tend to have very interesting pasts. So what's so special about her? Blackfire is actually the older sister of the more popularly cosplayed, Starfire, and Wildfire. Although she is Starfire's older sister, they could no be more completely opposite. They are sibling rivalry personified. Blackfire is also a pretty good villain personality wise. She's vain,

31 Days of Halloween: Catwoman Body Paint Tutorial (NoBlandMakeup)

Time for some Catwoman Body Paint! Holy crap am I behind with this months videos, but I'm stubborn, so lets see how many I can do before the end of the month... I may loose my mind if I haven't already :D. Anyway, I decided to go with the old school Catwoman, mostly because everyone and their mother has done the Michelle Pheipher version, and I like to at least pretend that I'm different (cue music). Seriously though, what happened with the cape? The last few renditions of Catwoman are capeless and it makes me sad. Get on it Hollywood! lol. So in

DC Universe: Harley Quinn from Arkham City

"It would be a shame to get blood all over my nice new outfit. What do you think, Bat-brain, like it? What am I saying? Of course you do! Who wouldn't?'" ―Harley Quinn during her first encounter with Batman Harley Quinn, originally Dr. Harleen Quinzel, is famously known as the Joker's girlfriend. Before the Joker transformed her into the villainess we know and love, she was a doctor of psychology at Arkham Asylum (Not that, that job is normal or anything.) Harleen met the Joker because she was assigned to be his shrink... I guess this is what happens when a doctor fully

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