|VOL 8 ISSUE 9||September 2005|
On September 9th - 11th, 2005 I was privileged to be the guest of honor for the CopperCon Sci-Fi Convention in Phoenix, AZ. Click on the image above for pictures from the event and the full story or go to http://www.futureclassx.com/bodypaint/courtney/coppercon25/coppercon25.htm . The convention attendance was over 500 sci-fi enthusiasts and I completed 14 body art demonstrations over the course of the weekend. I'll keep the story short here since all of the info has been assembled into an event webpage that chronicles my entire weekend. Enjoy!
Last month I mentioned a bodypainting that I did for European Body Art (EBA) and their new product catalog. The catalog is now printed and it looks amazing. It is a full color 8" X 11.5" catalog with 20 pages of paints, stencils, tables, displays, and complete systems for starting body artists and established professionals. I was honored to be inducted as a member of the EBA Team along with Ciara D'Agostino, pro Street Freestyle Rider Derrick "D-Mann" Daigle of www.d-mann.com, and the beautiful model Elizabeth Bress of www.ElizabethBress.com. Below are scans of the three pages that included my bodypaintings (click to enlarge).
Here are the larger versions of the individual images that include Kayla, Jill, and Miriam.
- The details are still being worked out, but I will be taking part in the 1st Annual International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival taking place in Tempe, AZ on October 21st through the 23rd. Tentatively I will be hosting a panel on special effects make-up and also doing a couple of bodypaintings. Who knows, I may even have the opportunity to screen my first movie Second Chances at the festival. More details will be available soon. Check out http://www.horrorscifi.com for info about the film festival.
- Selections are underway for the 2006 Bodypainting by Mark Greenawalt calendar. If you have any particular favorites that you would like me to consider, feel free to drop me a line. I am hoping to have calendars available during the first week of October.
copyright 2005, Mark Greenawalt
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