:lovegrin: yeah, should test the skin first for allergy on all water-based paints, because it will severely cause irritations bro. Some acrylics are good, like the neons so it can create a nice colors..
I'm just guessing here, but it would make most sense to use stage make-up /effects paints which are usually oil based for it's intense colors and ease of application/does not crack and moderately difficult to smudge. You'll need J&J Baby Lotion to remove it, NOT turpentine! :bsmilie:
Why not PM one of the many body paint artists here in CS and just ask them?
Hahaha! I think most photog.will be happy as well! Anyway, no offence taken, but I remembered vaguely seeing some artistes being airbrushed on covers of Playboy Mag...very artistically done. And the effect?!? Bravo!
Not that I knw of. These MUAs really took hrs to airbrush the celeb, whole body!! however, you are right to say that it allows better blending. and with airbrush, you can control the tones and effects. Im not sure if whatever i jst said helps, but jst my 2 cts worth!