This baby belly bodypainting is very telling of the family history. As the (by now) parents have roots in South America and Italy, but also live in Bavaria and embrace its culture, the painting had to include hints to all these. The result is the lama riding a gondola and eating pretzels. I hope you enjoy looking at it as much as I liked painting it. It was a fun afternoon with friends. By now the baby is born – lucky for him less wooly than a lama ;) – and I wish all the best to the new family!
The bodypainting business was low during Covid times, but I still managed to sneak in a few. One of these was the little sister of A Potpourri of Animals. As much as this little family continued their history by growing, the painting also continues the history that we started with the first popourri. By now the little sister is born. I wish the familiy all the best in their new constellation.
I recently had the pleasure of making another baby belly body painting. My dear pregnant friend is a little obsessed with turquoise and thus the belly is themed in that color. She chose a beautiful symbol of growth, a tree with strong roots and a wide crown. See the final picture here, following by the making of and some close-ups.
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