Step 1: Using a dark red lip liner, map up where you want your stitches to be. Once you get the shape you want, deep the lines up.  Step 2: Draw a line on each side of the stitches, leaving some space between the lines. Then blend the outer lines using a pencil brush. This step will make your stitches look three-dimensional and real.  Step 3: With a white pencil or eye shadow, highlight the inner stitches to make them look deeper.

Step 1: Using a dark red lip liner, map up where you want your stitches to be. Once you get the shape you want, deep the lines up. Step 2: Draw a line on each side of the stitches, leaving some space between the lines. Then blend the outer lines using a pencil brush. This step will make your stitches look three-dimensional and real. Step 3: With a white pencil or eye shadow, highlight the inner stitches to make them look deeper.

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Again, looking at the stitching for inspiration in my earlier zombie designs. The eyes aren't dark enough fun my opinion, the colouring not enough.

Again, looking at the stitching for inspiration in my earlier zombie designs. The eyes aren't dark enough fun my opinion, the colouring not enough.

I loved this look that someone has copied from Tim Burton's corpse bride. It just shows the different types of things I can do and create, for example, the blue skin and hair.

I loved this look that someone has copied from Tim Burton's corpse bride. It just shows the different types of things I can do and create, for example, the blue skin and hair.

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