If you guys are like me, you're probably wondering, "Who the fuck is the dude with the mask?" So after some google searching, I have found the answer! No seriously, I googled "masked dude in Mad Max Fury Road" and found out he's not called "Masked Dude"; his name is actually Immortan Joe, and he's a type of crazy you probably don't want to mess with... Seriously. He used to be a Colonel in the military. (Yes, I know. You can ONLY be a Colonel when you are somehow attached to the military). And the crazy mask thing with the pipes?
Guess who's finally tackling the last of the Guardians of the Galaxy?!?! This chick! So I wasn't sure what I was going to do for Starlord for a while. I didn't want to do a normal makeup for him since I didn't just want to dress my boyfriend up in a red leather jacket and call it a day. So after a while of passive agressively thinking about it, I realized I was bieng kind of dumb. Why the hell don't I do his helmet from the movie? And so it came to be... or something like that. So a little on
Day 5! A little later than I wanted, but yay! lol. This one was surprisingly easy to do, and it came out more realistic than I originally thought it would lol. This goes to show you how important shading really is. So why Scream? Well because this was one of the first horror movies I saw with a friend. Before that, I basically just watched them at home when my parents weren't paying attention, or they would come on tv. But, this also has a special place in my heart because it made me realize that there were rules to horror
Sometimes bad things happen to good people; other times those good people get a second chance. Art is the best form of therapy. Before we get into this Crow face paint, here's some backstory on the character and comic because knowledge is power. Interestingly enough, the original The Crow comic book was written by James O'Barr to deal with his girlfriend being killed by a drunk driver. This goes to show that On a side note, drunk driving isn't cool- at all. If you want to risk your life, fine. It's your life and no one can tell you how to live
So... Apparently my head isn't as hard as everyone thought it was... lol. I saw alot of pictures on instagram for this look, and seemed really simple, and a good idea for someone who wants a cool costume, but with the most minimal effort required. Mission accomplished lol. That's pretty much all I've got for this look for you guys. But I do have a story about a broken doll if you want to hear it... mwahahahaha *cough* So I was little, about 7 or so, and I was messing around (typical mischeivious 7 year old stuff). My mom has a collection of