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This time, covering herself in stage make-up took around three hours. Even when there were yamanba wondering the streets of Tokyo and Osaka, that was never mainstream. In the meantime, ishoku-hada is already inspiring fan art. This is, however, certainly a colorful start.
Body Paint Makes For Colorful Japanese Fashion
Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and beyond. Tune in every morning from 4am to 8am. These amazing images show women with multiple eyes, misplaced mouths and faces on the backs of their hands. Choo hand-paints ultra-realistic extra body parts on her and her friend's skin. Using no digital-editing, the bizarre body-modifications are painstakingly over hours.
She first discovered her talent after doodling eyes on the back of her own hand during breaks from studying for university admission exams.
Now the first year Musashino Art University student's work has evolved to painting on other people. Here's looking at you: Noted Japanese body paint artist by Chooo-San, 19, creates disturbingly realistic paintings to create surreal designs. She horrified the world in summer with her realistic body-art, now Japanese artist Chooo-San is back with some more stunning examples. A carefully painted battery holder under the skin gives the person a robotic appearance left while a man's ample belly seems to have almost literally burst at the seams - barely held together by a few buttons right.