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									Patterns for Your Face Painting Enjoyment

Free face painting patterns are as close as your fingertips and your
imagination. You should first try practicing drawing and coloring your
ideas onto paper first. If your mind is drawing a blank canvas, let your
fingers do the walking through the huge expanse of the internet world.

Many family oriented web sites include crafts and fun sections for your
enjoyment. If you want to collaborate with other moms and dads and make
some new friends, join an online parenting group. Those who participate
in theses types of online get-togethers are usually extremely helpful and
friendly. You may be surprised at how many talented mothers are out
there who are willing to provide support, encourage, and share their own
adventures in face painting. Many will be happy to direct you to their
favorite sources for free face painting patterns.

Teenagers can be a great help at creating patterns. Adept at
experimenting with make-up, many times having taken their own art classes
in school, and still in touch with what is popular for the younger aged
children, they would be flattered to share their skills with a parent in
need or maybe just a single older friend having to come up with ideas for
themselves. If you will be attending a party and just need help painting
your own face, it could be fun and rewarding to enlist a young friend's
help.

If you know an art teacher, you could ask him or her for helpful ideas
for free face painting patterns. Preschool teachers, kindergarten
teachers, school librarians, even Sunday school teachers would know what
the kids today like in characters. A friend who enjoys painting as a
hobby are all good sources to check for ideas. They would have access to
books and magazines with pictures that would help prod the imagination.

Try looking at comic books, art drawing books, animal books, toy books
and catalogues.

If you need small picture patterns for painting on cheeks, there are some
great artists you could get inspiration from. Ed Emberly is a great
artist of small drawings, silly drawings sure to bring a smile. He
provides easy-to-follow step-by-step guides.

There is a book called Dinosaur Drawing Book by Ralph Masiello.
Dinosaurs are almost always a hit with small children, especially boys.
You might want to include some funny drawings of insects, too.

Dr. Seuss is a wonderful author who has colorful characters that are
popular. Try drawing your own version of a Cat in the Hat or a Grinch.
Don't forget the cartoons that are popular on television. There should
be plenty of inspiration there, or in children's movies. You might want
to check the comic section of a newspaper.

Many faces don't need a pattern. An example is a skunk face. It's all
black, except for the thin white strip that sneaks from the tip of the
nose to the top of the forehead. You could paint the mouth red for a
dramatic effect.
No matter what choice of pattern you decide to use, remember to have fun
with it!

								
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