By Shyam Dodge. Jennifer Lawrence plays a shape-shifting mutant who walks around naked when wearing her naturally blue-skinned form in X-Men: Days Of Future Past. To embody the superhuman, the year-old actress had to undergo hours of airbrushing as her toned figure was covered head-to-toe in blue body paint. And for a new cover shoot Jennifer went under the airbrush once more as she posed almost totally nude except for the body paint and some artfully placed artificial scales. Revealing herself: Jennifer Lawrence wears only blue body paint for the cover of Entertainment Weekly as she is joined by Hugh Jackman and Michael Fassbender.
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The actress reprises her role of shapeshifter Mystique from "X-Men: First Class," Mystique, who has blue skin and yellow eyes. During a recent appearance on "The Tonight Show," Lawrence told Jimmy Fallon how many hours it takes to get transformed into the sleek villainess. To get through that eight-hour process, Lawrence said she would either stand or sit on a bicycle to be painted. This time around, the prep time is a lot shorter because the actress is only being painted from the neck up. Lawrence previously told E! Online she would be wearing a body suit for "Days of Future Past" because the body paint irritated her skin. In the special features for "X-Men: First Class," Frances Hannon, head of the makeup and hair department, said they did at least 20 tests — painting different women — to find the right shade of blue for Lawrence's character.
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Kay Pike from Calgary, Canada, creates stunning artwork on her body and transforms herself into superheroes and villains from comic franchises Marvel and DC. As well as transforming into characters such as Batman, Superman, Deadpool and Poison Ivy, the artist also recreates manga and video game characters. The year-old artist and cosplay model, now dedicates her time to live-streaming the transformations to her fans and posting the creations on Youtube.
Lianne Moseley is changing that with her incredible works of art , where she uses human canvases to create real-life, three-dimensional heroes and villains from pop culture. See also: Artist created crazy, creepy images by drawing faces on the backs of her friends. Fellow Instagram users inspired Moseley to try body painting but she told Mashable her inspiration to paint superheroes came from her brother. So stoked on this!