Corpse Bride, Victor
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Corpse Bride, Victor

Hi! It is the second part of tutorial about Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride, Victor character. Now I will describe how to paint him. So, let’s start!

Step-by-step tutorial

1) First step is nails preparation for application of a gel polish
2) I did two coats of a white gel polish for the base of my art work. Cured each layer

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3) I did sketch of Victor in pencil

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4) I began giving color to my work. For it, I used the mix of brown, black and white gel polishes for his face and clothes, and a black gel polish for his hair. I did thin layers and cured the nail a little

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5) Then I created shades using a dark brown gel polish. I made the skin around his eyes darker, outlined his face, and painted his clothes. Cured a little

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6) Using black gel paint, I contoured my painting, drew eyebrows, pupils, mouth, and hair. Cured a little

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7) I created a blue background (the mix of blue and brown gel polishes). Cured a little

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8) I continued shading and highlighting my design, drew dark circles around his eyes, made some shades darker. Also I added highlights on his lips, nose, hair and chin using white gel paint. I added some dark strokes onto the background. Cured for 2 minutes in UV lamp (or 30 seconds in Led lamp)

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9) The final step was topcoating of the whole design. Cured and wiped off the sticky layer

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Corpse Bride, Victor nail design is done!

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