DIY Inspiration: Sketched Face Makeup by Sandra Holmbom. Go to the link for products used and more photos. For the scariest Halloween Makeup...

halloweencrafts: DIY Inspiration: Sketched Face Makeup by Sandra Holmbom. Go to the link for products used and more photos. For the scariest Halloween Makeup EVER by Sandra Hombom go here notes). For more of Sandra Holmbom’s amazing FX makeup.

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The multiple faces with different emotions all suggest mental disorders such as multiple personalities, bipolar of schizophrenia. This works well with my theme of humans, emotions and mental issues

Painting/Drawing a figure and piecing it back together with tape

Hyper Realistic Paintings by Joshua Suda – Fubiz™ (Is not really a photo for this panel but, amazing!

layer art by ~Chrisknx on deviantART

texture -layer art by ~Chrisknx on deviantART I used a model of a magazing and added about 5 layers below it, and just cut certain parts of the top layer and underlying layers to create different layers showing on top.

An intriguing observational drawing by Gillian Lambert that could easily fit into the Taped, Tied and Bound A2 Art exam theme.

GCSE / IGCSE / A Level Art Exam Ideas 2013

Self-Deception Portraits. Artist and illustrator Gillian Lambert created this series of drawings called "Self-Deception". The artist graduated from Kenyon

NY based artist, Wyatt Mills‘ wild and chaotic...

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NY based artist, Wyatt Mills‘ wild and chaotic. The word that initially springs when I ponder at this creation is PANDEMONIUM. Within this word is the word 'DEMON', the figure within this image looks significantly DEMONIC in my opinion.

Acrylic Paintings by Cristina Troufa

View Cristina Troufa’s Artwork on Saatchi Art. Find art for sale at great prices from artists including Paintings, Photography, Sculpture, and Prints by Top Emerging Artists like Cristina Troufa.

These beautifully complex portraits convey a sense of internal struggle in a very outward way. Vancouver-based artist Adam Lupton's series, What's in Store for Me in the Direction I Don't Take?, captures the physical signs of worries and stress that can consume a person's thoughts.

Complex Portraits Outwardly Convey Internal Struggles

Adam Lupton oil painting for series "What’s In Store for me in the Direction I Don’t Take?

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