Annabel Hoogeveen - 2020 Australian Tour

 

In conjunction with The Gold Coast ABAA Convention (Details here)

We are so excited to learn from Annabel Hoogeveen from The Netherlands! 

AUSTRALIAN TOUR - MELBOURNE VENUE - THE LOONEY BIN

Dates: 23rd & 24th March 2020

Venue: The Looney Bin - 6/1829 Ferntree Gully Rd, Ferntree Gully

Times: 9.30am to 4.30pm

Cost: $195 Early Bird (Ends 30 Nov 2019) or $225 Thereafter

 

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Melbourne - 23rd March
9.30am to 4.30pm

Topic - Creative Boy Designs

Not happy with your boy designs or looking for new ideas? Then this is the class for you!

In this class I will teach you how to create and paint eye-friendly designs for boys that still look cool. I will demonstrate a variety of designs, including the popular ‘Moving Masks’.

We will talk about ideas and inspiration, where to find them and how to turn those into cool facial designs. I will share with you my easy to follow ‘5 Steps for Creating a Design’ sheet, that will enable you to create your own designs in no time!  

You will learn all about how to find the best placement for designs on the face and what materials and techniques to use to enhance your boy designs and make them look even cooler. 

And of course you will be painting (and maybe be painted) too!

So bring your favorite paint supplies (including at least one split cake with a light to dark gradient, a ½ # flat brush, your favorite round brush and some stencils) and join me!

 

Melbourne - 24th March
9.30am to 4.30pm

Topic - Face Painting Elementries:

The secrets you never heard about. Have you been a face painter for a while and not quite happy with your work, always eager to improve and learn more? Or are you just starting out and looking for a solid base? Then this is the class for you!

In this class I will reveal the ‘secrets’ for great face painting. Secrets that will give you instant result without long hours of practice! And I will share them with you on my ‘Face Painting Elementries - 4 Golden tips for Great Face Painting’ sheet.

Because you don’t need difficult and intricate designs to create a smile on a little kid’s face. Very simple designs are often just as beautiful or maybe even more…..

We will talk about the importance of facial anatomy and observation. You will learn about design placement and shapes, creating flow and how to use negative space and color to strengthen your designs. All of this will be demonstrated using three very popular face painting designs: butterflies, tigers and (flower)fairies, yet with a special approach that you never heard of before. 

And of course you will be painting (and be painted) too!

So bring your favorite paint supplies and join me!