Video: Kay Pike is an artist, but her preferred canvas is her own body. She also has an uncanny knack at replicating the look of 2D comic book characters with nothing but paint and the occasional prop. Most recently she decided to inhabit the look of badarse villainess Harley Quinn. Over the course of several hours, Pike created what looks like an amalgamation of a few of the Harleys that have exists over the years. The collar calls back the classic costume, while the baseball bat (as opposed to comically large hammer) borrows from the Suicide Squad interpretation. And in case you're wondering, yes, she's already painted herself up as The Joker.
Woman Transforms Into Harley Quinn Using The Power Of Full-Body Makeup
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