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Chapter 5 – Making Clown Paints!
So kids, you have your clown outfit, your clown horn and clown nose all ready? Great! Now it’s time to make your very own clown makeup. Wow! That’s right, you’re making your paints yourself, and the next chapter will discuss how you can use them to paint your face!
Note: Do not attempt without supervision of your parent or legal guardian. Clowns, Inc. cannot be held responsible for any paint-related accidents
There are four basic colors we’ll want to make: a brilliant light blue, a beautiful indigo, a beautiful crimson “allura” red, and a subtle light green to finish things off. Please refer to the mixes below.
Light Blue - Carbon 37, Hydrogen 34, Nitrogen 2, Sodium 2, Oxygen 9, Sulfide 3
Indigo - Carbon 16, Hydrogen 8, Nitrogen 2, Sodium 2, Oxygen 8, Sulfide 2
Red - Carbon 18, Hydrogen 14, Nitrogen 2, Sodium 2, Oxygen 8, Sulfide 2
Light Green - Carbon 37, Hydrogen 34, Nitrogen 2, Sodium 2, Oxygen 8, Sulfide 2,