How do you draw a bruise?
How to Draw Cuts & Bruises
- Draw a small line on the area of your drawing where you want to place a cut.
- Draw a line parallel to the first, making the line as ragged as the first line you drew.
- Draw a circle where you want the bruise to appear.
- Add color to the cuts and bruises.
How do you draw a bruise with a pencil?
You can use color pencils or markers. Add a dark red to the cut, then blend in some black to make it look more realistic. Color the bruise with a combination of black, yellow and purple. Begin by adding purple and black to the center of the bruise, then add some yellow around the edge of this.
How do you make fake bruises with Vaseline?
The easiest way to make a fake wound is to apply a thick layer of vaseline on your skin where you want the wound to be. Trace a thin line through the vaseline with a toothpick to make the gash in the wound, or create a thicker line for a more obvious gash. Let the vaseline dry for a few minutes.
How do you hide bruises?
Use concealer first. To ensure good coverage of a bruise, start by applying a layer of concealer. Choose a concealer that is lighter than your natural skin tone and dab enough concealer onto the bruise to cover it entirely. Pat the concealer onto the bruise using a fingertip or makeup sponge.
How do you make a bruise with crayons?
If you’re using a darker blue marker, color a spot on your skin about the size of a dime, then vigorously rub the ink in a circular motion to blend it until it’s faint. Repeat this process on adjacent areas until you have covered the total area you want to serve as your bruise.
How do you paint acrylic bruises?
Add depth with darker colors. Use a stippling sponge to add purple and blue makeup to your bruise. Work from the edges toward the center of the bruise. Continue using very little makeup and add small amounts at a time. Blend hard edges with your finger or makeup sponge to blend the dark colors into the red makeup.
How do you make cuts heal faster?
Apply pressure to the cut using a clean washcloth or gauze. Maintain pressure for one to two minutes or until the bleeding stops. Apply petroleum jelly. This will help keep the wound moist for faster healing.