Bodypainting, or body art, has been around as long as man has had clay on a finger to dab a few lines along a nose, soot from a fire to decorate a chest....
Becoming more popular each year, this temporary art form using a human body as the canvas lasts for a fleeting few hours. Because of it's transient life, many top photographers feel the need to record the artworks for prosperity.
There are a variety of classes to select from, here are a few:
Camouflage - where the body is painted to disappear into a background.
Brush and sponge - self explanatory.
Airbrush - using freehand airbrush painting and stencils.
Special Effects - adding prosthetics to change the look under the paint.