Craig Tracy

24 11 2014

Body painting. I hope these aren’t tattoos. Actually seeing the video makes you appreciate how interesting these body paintings are. I think the technique is actually more interesting than the final product. Maybe they’re supposed to be kitsch. (is that how you spell it?) Would it work with older more calorie endowed individuals?

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Craig Tracy

16 01 2013

“It really clicked, from the very first time that I painted a face, it was strangely powerful. I later realized that I had quiet literally fallen in love with Bodypainting. I personally didn’t take Bodypainting seriously for five or six years. The day that I finally asked myself ‘why’, why I liked painting on people so much, that led me to… Well… What if I take this passionate interest seriously? That one question and a quick Google search changed the course of my life.”

I don’t know if body painting is art. I do know that it is on the fringe. And it is fun to look at. Like ‘Where’s Waldo?”. I think Tracy should try some old people. The wrinkled skin might give him some lucky accidents. Not that I’m applying as a model.

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Craig Tracy

26 02 2012

Body painting. I hope these aren’t tattoos. Actually seeing the video makes you appreciate how interesting these body paintings are. I think the technique is actually more interesting than the final product. Maybe they’re supposed to be kitsch. (is that how you spell it?) Would it work with older more calorie endowed individuals?

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