Angry Face Cartoon

Angry Face Cartoon

Angry Face Cartoon

Angry Face Cartoon

You know, a lot of kids and their parents differ in one too many ideas. For one, parents desperately urge their kids to eat more greens but many of them would prefer a fast food meal any time. In many cases, the dining table turned into a war zone, with shouts, cries and tussles aplenty.

There is however, one event that unites the family, and that is face painting. Children love getting their faces painted, and parents readily whip out their cameras delightfully snapping pictures of their loved ones under the coats of paints. There is endless joy in face painting because of the creativity involved and the kids often picked different face painting pictures depending on various phases of their growing stage.

Angry Face Cartoon

Angry Face Cartoon

Angry Face Cartoon

Be it a Children’s birthday party, a school carnival or a community event, the face painting booth, if any, will almost always be the hottest favorite. I often find long queues forming in such face painting booths as Children wait eagerly to have their faces and even parts of their bodies painted. They will talk with other kids about their favorite face designs and the color that would go with it. Needless to say, most boys prefer animals like Tiger and Dinosaur, or Super heroes such as Spiderman and Batman, while the girls love the butterflies and flowers.

Alright, we know the clown, the cat and the cupcakes are all-time favorites. Where do you get more inspiration of interesting face painting examples? There are really endless sources if you keep your mind constantly active for new ideas. Personally, I like the Children’s art books or story books best. This is because kids relate best when they see something they are familiar with and it often strike a chord immediately.

Angry Face Cartoon

Angry Face Cartoon

Angry Face Cartoon

For the same reason, I like to watch cartoon movies with my kids. When the latest cartoon movie hits the cinemas, it is almost like a family routine that we would go watch it together. Instantly, a new conversation topic arise within the family and my kids and I often talk about it weeks after the movie treat. If I know I will be engaged in a face painting session in that season, I will take some time to download some great pictures from the movie’s website and practice painting on some pictures with a slice of creativity of my own and create a template of it for my next painting session.

In this way, you will find endless ideas for painting faces because new cartoon movies are constantly been made.

Angry Face Cartoon

Angry Face Cartoon

Angry Face Cartoon

Furthermore, your face painting theme will always stay current and captivating because the audience can relate to your designs.

To take it a step further, you can also paint the arms or wrist of the kids to make your work more enticing and lively. I hope these tips are useful to you as you explore greater creativity in your work.

By Dawn J Anderson
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