This Artist Transforms Herself Into Realistic 2D Comic Characters, Amazing!

This Artist Transforms Herself Into Realistic 2D Comic Characters, Amazing!
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There are certain people who are talented to their very core. The talent has alway been a part of them but soon it surfaces and starts to dance over their skin. The same happened to Kay Pike, this stunning artist is armed with brushes and body paint. She is capable of transforming herself into any villain or superhero. This Canadian cosplayer paints her own skin to become a 2D comic character.

She wows us with her amazingness to look so unrealistic yet believable.

Have a look at her looks.

Meet Kay Pike..

Meet Kay Pike..

Okay, her face is not very visible but she's looking a badass.

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So many forms.

So many forms.
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She has taken up the 2D characters of many characters from both comics and TV such as Cheetara from Thunder Cats and Marvel's Spider-Man.

Skilled as heck.

Skilled as heck.
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She has been painting since she has been very young but she began with cosplay bodypainting in the month of december.

Sharpened her skills..

Sharpened her skills..
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..with the help of fellow cospainter Lianne Moseley.

Live streaming.

Live streaming.
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Kay has now started live streaming her process twice a week on Twitch.

Pike, the queen.

Pike, the queen.
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She uses water based products for her makeover.

Costly.

Costly.
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Each transformation takes almost 10 to 15 bottles of paints costing her between $80 t $150 per character.

The owner.

The owner.
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Possessing 10 brushes, Piuke would ideally like to own 30 of them.

Basic points to remember.

Basic points to remember.
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Before starting every session, she seeks head shots from a number of angles of the characters online.

Time consuming.

Time consuming.
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Her characters take 3 to 4 hours to complete.