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Her fabulous mother picked up the fantastic nasal area and chin at an area theater shop and experienced them attached with spirit gum and all set when I arrived. Which is a good thing, because it finished up taking as long to paint as I thought double! The reason was mainly due to the Kryolan UV Dayglow paint I had been using for the green base. Don’t get me incorrect of course, I’d highly recommend using the fluorescent green for the wicked witch!

It was such a good, bright green. But, being that it continues on a very thin and transparent (unlike the typical Kryolan Aquacolor basic colors), it requires a few thick layers with dry time between each someone to get good coverage. I wish I needed a clean “before” shot but above you can view it happening at the beginning.

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I began by painting the nose and chin, realizing that the color would take longer to dry and level on plastic material vs epidermis. To have the dark wrinkles and creases in the correct places, I put her do her most wicked witch face and then painted in her natural creases.

The black is Wolfe dark, the blackest dark out there, which worked ideal for the eyebrows! I used a mix of the UV Dayglow green with a few of my other darker greens for shading and dimension. Once I was done with the wet makeup, I dusted it with some Kryolan transparent setting powder, then combined all the greens with a dried-out green StarBlend.

This really helped to clean and blend the various greens together. In addition, it offered the whole face a good, soft surface finish. I used a few of Mehron’s INtense Pro Pressed Pigment Powders for the green that went up to and around her eyes, and some shiny lime green for highlights. To finish her off I did a little black eyeliner plus some scarlet lipstick, that were requested by the institution play’s organizers.

Here are a couple of photos that her mother took at the school after she was all in costume! All in all I think she turned out cool pretty! I wish I could have gone with to watch the play! Tonight I’m off to the 7th Annual “Mendota Lights” Christmas special event at the Village at Mendota Heights with the friendly and skilled miss Liz!

So particles are forever changing, and they lack any inherent existence independent of the action of observation. Consequently, everything composed of contaminants is also impermanent, and constantly changing, no static, steady basis for its existence can be found. Process-like behavior is not only confined to fundamental contaminants such as electrons and protons, but applies to their combinations also. Some surprisingly chunky objects such as buckyballs show formation of the interference pattern whenever they go through a double slit. Essentialism is the fact that, for any specific entity (such as an animal, a mixed group of people, a physical object, a compound), there’s a defining fact within them that makes those things, groups, and chemicals what they are.

For the best part of two thousand years essentialism kept sway over the Western mind, firstly by means of Platonic essences, as the unchanging types of the Bible then, and finally as nineteenth-century atomic substantialism. Essentialism underpins substantialism and does not have any put in place process philosophy. Essentialism has been undermined by the same scientific discoveries that undermined substantialism. The first cracks in the essentialist edifice are obvious, in retrospect, with Newton’s finding of the laws of motion. Before Newton, the heavenly body wandered round the firmament according with their different essential natures as decreed by the ‘Unmoved Mover’. After Newton, the stars, planets, moons, asteroids, and comets moved based on the same mathematical relationships.

Before Newton, stars, planets, moons, comets and asteroids were different entities. After Newton there is a continuity in size and composition from the tiniest ‘grain of sand shooting star’ through meteorites, asteroids, comets, moons, miniplanets, small planets, gas giants, brown dwarfs, and all the different sizes of stars. Before Newton there is the idea of the ‘Unmoved Mover’.

After Newton every action had the same and opposite reaction. As a result anything that produced an apparent change was itself transformed. ALL working things must be impermanent Therefore. These observations were never taken up to their logical conclusion by European philosophers in Newton’s day, possibly because heresy still attracted severe punishment in most European countries. Chemistry provided a bastion for essentialism up to the late nineteenth century.