I really enjoyed this design. I created it myself. I have literally have never heard of anyone else do a film reel style nail art design. And to go even further I have never heard of anyone try an "old style countdown before a movie starts" design either! I really out did myself here.
This design represents me because my boyfriend Dane is into making youtube videos for his channel. Check him out on youtube.com/randumbprod. They are sketch comedy type videos so if you are due for a little laugh then this is the channel to watch. He also wants to become a cinematographer and that actually inspired me to want to be a costume designer someday. So all in all, videos, film, and youtube is a big part of my life.
Moving right along I have for you, a little thing I would like to call a tutorial. If you prefer youtube
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Any decision you make please keep your arms and legs inside at all times and enjoy the tutorial.
First I painted my nails with a holographic silver paint. (The holographic part is not necessary).
Next I made 2 horizontal thin black likes at the top of my nail and 2 horizontal thin black likes at the bottom of my nail.
Then I made vertical even thin black lines inside the horizontal lines, making sure to keep the middle clear of black paint like so.
After that I made a thick horizontal line in the middle and made the edges a bit less harsh by curving the sides in like so.
To start on my thumb, I made a cross in the middle of my nail making sure to bring the edges of the cross to the edge of my nail.
Next I made a white line to the corner of my nail and filled it in. I don't think it matters what corner you pick.
After that I made 2 white circles around the center of my nail, like so.
Then I painted an 8 in black in the center, top coated, and done. You may do whatever number you want. I just did an 8 because its day 8 of the nail challenge.
Here are the colors I used
509 HD by Milani 3D Holographic
Black Onyx by O.P.I
Alpine Snow by O.P.I
Here are the tools I used.
And here is the finished product.
Although it was a lot of work, I still really enjoyed this creation. I would do it again in a heartbeat.