I drew these eyebrows on to do a #universeofone boy #twinsie and I kinda like em probably because I miss my natural brows haha

I drew these eyebrows on to do a #universeofone boy #twinsie and I kinda like em probably because I miss my natural brows haha

Strong arched brow and some winged eyes for tonight’s #universeofone #twinsies.

Strong arched brow and some winged eyes for tonight’s #universeofone #twinsies.

Outtakes from the Glam Gods series. This look was inspired by Dee Snider of Twisted Sister. My favorite Twisted Sister album is actually their Christmas album because it’s genius.
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Outtakes from the Glam Gods series. This look was inspired by Dee Snider of Twisted Sister. My favorite Twisted Sister album is actually their Christmas album because it’s genius.
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Outtakes from the Glam Gods series. This look was inspired by Dee Snider of Twisted Sister. My favorite Twisted Sister album is actually their Christmas album because it’s genius.

Here’s a closer look at my Rembrandt twinsies and a behind the scenes look revealing that I accomplished it all with physical effects. It took me several tries with the lighting, but I got the perfect chiaroscuro lighting he’s known for.
To make it look more like I painting, I shot it in front of an old school chart I flipped around. I wanted the texture of old parchment.
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Here’s a closer look at my Rembrandt twinsies and a behind the scenes look revealing that I accomplished it all with physical effects. It took me several tries with the lighting, but I got the perfect chiaroscuro lighting he’s known for.
To make it look more like I painting, I shot it in front of an old school chart I flipped around. I wanted the texture of old parchment.
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Here’s a closer look at my Rembrandt twinsies and a behind the scenes look revealing that I accomplished it all with physical effects. It took me several tries with the lighting, but I got the perfect chiaroscuro lighting he’s known for.

To make it look more like I painting, I shot it in front of an old school chart I flipped around. I wanted the texture of old parchment.

Here’s a closer look of me as Vincent Van Gogh. If you recall, I actually painted my face, trying to use similar brush strokes as Van Gogh. I used a paper bag for my clothing because I knew I wanted texture but by that point (this portrait took almost 3 hours) I was too exhausted to paint anymore. In addition, the acrylic paint on my face was starting to harden, which made it uncomfortable.

Here’s a closer look of me as Vincent Van Gogh. If you recall, I actually painted my face, trying to use similar brush strokes as Van Gogh. I used a paper bag for my clothing because I knew I wanted texture but by that point (this portrait took almost 3 hours) I was too exhausted to paint anymore. In addition, the acrylic paint on my face was starting to harden, which made it uncomfortable.