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Hindu by BeccyBex Hindu by BeccyBex
I present to you the Goddess BecDhamaRama.
Inspired by all the Hindu Deity flavours... like all at once! :pills:


Model: Me

Craptastic Photography: Me
(taken with an iPhone, it's all I've got atm)

Make-Up Design & Application: Me

Products: Wolfe, Ben Nye, Laura Mercier, Shiseido and Kryolan

Time: Approx 2 Hours



:peace: & :heart: Yo
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myartlanguage Sep 6, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Very Beautiful!!! :) (Smile) 
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BeccyBex Sep 7, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thankyooo! :hug:
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:iconansigtsmaling:
Wow, what a lot of details - and great painting :D
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BeccyBex Feb 10, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much!! :D
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thebryancrump Feb 2, 2013  Professional General Artist
Great attention to detail
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BeccyBex Feb 2, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Mucho thankies. Too much attention to detail is my strength and weakness! :D
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thebryancrump Feb 2, 2013  Professional General Artist
The foreground is where detail should be focused, use suggestions in things that should be blurred or far away. the imagination of the viewer will fill in the rest. You want to concentrate on the focus of the image. Composition is not just the arrangement in the picture like most will teach you. It is the whole flow, the depth, focus, attention, use of light and dark, contrast. All of it matters in achieving the look and feel you are going after. Always find ways to improve or grow with each new piece. Never grow complacent. Learn when to let a piece go, so it can do what it needs to and inspire someone else like a collector and focus on your next masterpiece. You were meant to shine so you could inspire others to do so as well!!!
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BeccyBex Feb 2, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
I used my 3G iPhone, it has none of the functions to achieve even 10% of what you suggest photographically. The overall make-up composition is what it is. I go into a creative trance and this is the result. Basically what you're saying is "the musical piece has too many notes." More or less would change the composition and make it something else. Like I said, this design is what it is.

Thanks for the advice though, I appreciate it.
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thebryancrump Feb 5, 2013  Professional General Artist
facemakeup is also different than painting a landscape or a village scene. I think you did a really wonderful job here.
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BeccyBex Feb 5, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
An old iPhone isn't much to work with I must say. I keep going to buy a good camera and spending the money on make-up instead! :p

Cheers again for the great advice, it's always welcome! ;)
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