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Offline Ikxeru

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Full body paint job
« on: January 03, 2012, 04:56:29 pm »
Kaltxì ma frapo,

here is the best paint job I have done so far...
During a winter meetup of our clan I just wanted to see, how far I can get with PAX paint.

Another tsmukan from the forum (Apokya) and I started to paint on Monday, 26th and we stayed in make-up until January, 1st.
(Because of a party on New Year's Eve we wanted to go to after the meetup).
Yea I know, this is completly insane..  :P

Total painting time: 10 hrs (for Apokya and me),
Total retouching time during all days: another 10 hrs.
Time to remove the paint: 4 hrs.

My aim was to create some kind of mixture between Toruk Makto and Olo'Eyktan.
Some items for my costume which I want are still not finished, as you may notice.

During the shooting, temperature was 1°C and it was extremly windy... Believe me, my txìm was frozen whithin a few minutes.
That's the reason why we didn't go into the forest (as planned and just a few 100 meters away) to take the pics. :(
On this day I didn't put on any facial prothesises.

Additionally you may want to know that I have lost more that 80 lbs. since March 2011. ;)
(You may compare these pics with those taken in August last year during EuroAvatar 2011).

If you have any questions, just ask.  Any comments are very welcome.

There are more pics to come, showing the others, too. I still have to sort them and I will post them later.
In the meantime, here are the first few pics.
Oops, as I have seen now, the pics are quite large. Sorry for that.
« Last Edit: January 05, 2012, 08:41:08 am by Ikxeru »
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Re: Full body paint job
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2012, 01:00:11 pm »
I like it very much! Looks nice!  :)

I'd try it once myself...
« Last Edit: February 07, 2012, 01:01:46 pm by P.A.'li makto »

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Re: Full body paint job
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2012, 01:50:49 pm »
Adorable! :)
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Re: Full body paint job
« Reply #3 on: February 07, 2012, 02:49:55 pm »
Ma Ikxeru!  You are aTRUE enthusiast!  1 degree celsius!!!!!!!!!!!

Congratulations on losing 80 pounds in less that a year!  That must takesome HARD WORK!
I will take that as inspiration!
Your costume looks very good. I tend to think though, that the Na'vi who dress in full leathers, those who live in colder climates of Pandora!  I wonder if creatures in the colder climates actually have fur?!
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Re: Full body paint job
« Reply #4 on: February 11, 2012, 09:02:56 am »
Thank's a lot.   :-[

Even if a lot people are against using PAX-color for several reasons, I'm going to stick on it (hehe, in the true sense of the word ;D).
I can't wait until it's getting warmer again. (during the last week, it was around -10°C here) :(

Btw: You may want to see the back story from behind the scenes of the meet-up with the other cosplayers from our clan and all super-secret pics from the dressing room.
Some of the snapshots are extremely embarrassing in a certain manner :D :o, but all the pics can be found here:
http://www.souffleur.de/avatar/avatartreffen008/user/palulukanae_tarontu/pic/palulukanae_tarontu.htm

Congratulations on losing 80 pounds in less that a year!  That must takesome HARD WORK!
Thank you so much!
Oh yes, it was. But I never lost sight of my aim. That kept and keeps me going on. ;)

I wonder if creatures in the colder climates actually have fur?!
Well it's all speculation. But I'll suppose that, too. There are ice caps on the poles of Pandora - and any creature that uses to live in the colder regions must cope with the climate. On the other hand, there may be some other uncommon method to brave the cold. ["uncommon" in terms of terrestrial biology]

lol, anyway, if you use PAX paint, you shouldn't have any fur at all. Otherwise you won't have any anylonger during make-up removal. :D



Tse, zìsìkrrayìri aysulangä ronsrelngop oel futa tsivun oe tivìran kxamlä ayna'rìng tsengeyä oeyä ulte paylltxe oe sutehu alahe nìNa'vi nì'aw, tengkrr oer leru ta'leng aean. :D :D :D.
Furia srefereiey nìprrte' nìngay nìtxan. ;D Tse, pxìm fperìl oel futa oeri pefnel tìlamur tsun livu ulte var ngivop oe 'uot amip.



« Last Edit: February 11, 2012, 09:10:52 am by Ikxeru »
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Krro fra'u lasyatem.
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Krro lu krrpe? Ke omum nìno, tì'eyngmungwrr a'aw a lu oer.
Krro layu...

 

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