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Artist’s Face Provides Canvas For Amazing Cartoon Characters She Draws With Make-up

Laura Jenkinson is a London-based make-up artist and blogger who has recently shot to fame with her amazing drawings of cartoon characters on her own face. Everything from Garfield to Homer Simpson – Laura Jenkison is a superstar with a make-up brush with her photographs receiving thousands of ‘likes’ on social media sites. We especially love how she manages to convey the personalities of the cartoon she’s painting.

The 25 year old makes pint-sized portraits that incorporate her lips, chin and neck. Quite often she’ll use own teeth as if they belong to the characters that she is creating too.

Despite how detailed her drawings are Laura says they are simpler than she might think. Once she has decided to try and paint a new character on her face she simply gets a picture, uses her mirror as a guide and draws straight on to her face. As simple as she makes it sound, we doubt we’d be able to do it ourselves!

You can find more of Laura Jenkinson’s work on her Facebook pager here. 

Road-Runner

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Meep-meep! Hopefully there’s no coyotes on the loose.

Anger from Inside Out

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Laura Jenkinson manages to really capture the character of Anger in her make-up.

Quasimodo from Hunchback of Notre Dame

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Just how good does Laura Jenkinson manage to make Quasimodo look? In fact, he looks positively cute.

Zazu from The Lion King

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Zazu might be an insufferable know-it-all but we still love him.

Homer Simpson from The Simpsons

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Laura Jenkinson shows Homer Simpson’s love of food in this make-up art. Mmmm doughnuts.

Daisy Duck from Disney

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Just look at those beak lips!

Sebastian from The Little Mermaid

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We love that Laura Jenkinson managed to convey just how worried Sebastian looks through most of the Little Mermaid.

Garfield the Cat

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Garfield is adorable – he just needs a massive slice of lasagna.

Grumpy Cat

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Just look at her look of disdain!

Murray The Mummy

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via Facebook.com

Nigel Thornberry

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via Facebook.com

Chuckie from Rugrats

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Laura Jenkinson has made Chuckie perfect – right down to his favourite outfit.

Well done Laura, your work is truly unique!



Steph Cosway
Journalism graduate and 100% geek. I have worked in writing for the last 7 years as well as dabbling in a science laboratory. So if I ever stop writing, it's because I've been in a lab experiment and turned into a super villain.I'm particularly interested in video games, comics and Harry Potter. Oh and I have lots and lots of cats.

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