Can you guys show me your painted or prisma swirls…its always where I screw up. I can root them fine but painting is another matter.
Thank you guys, this is a big help and @Kate I love them, I like how the swirl is not perfectly in the crown, Same with @DollyPardon and thats the way my hair rooting comes out. Maybe thats what I need to do…just go with the flow. @Vanniek yours is not dead centre either and I love the swirls you’ve made on the front and the sides.
I really like yours too @LisaLynn, I think that would work much better for thicker hair rather than leaving a spot.
These are awesome, thank you!
Im off to bed, its late here but Im going to have a major hair paint practice session this weekend and these pictures are going to be a big help. Please keep them coming
I love all these but really love the second, third and forth pics on this row.
Good night, have fun painting in your dreams.
Lisa, did you use a tutorial to learn to paint hair?
If this question is for me, no I did not use a tutorial. I mean, I learned mapping for rooting from customdollbaby. Just like mapping for rooting needs to flow, there needs to be the same kind of flow for the prisma pencil. I generally start drawing at the front hairline and swirl and have those two meet up, then work around the sides to the back.
May I ask how many hours the hair takes, how many pencils you go through on one head and do you do tutorials?
Oh my,I need to send my babies to you for hair.That looks awesome !
I don’t know- just guessing maybe 5 hours? My one main color i’ve used on at least 4 babies and still have about half the pencil left. And wow I am flattered but no have not done tutorials. I haven’t even started selling my babies yet.