ByKory Glover, writer at Creators.co
Professional Geek and Charmer. I mean c'mon, look at that hat and youthful smile
Kory Glover

Sometimes people can use their special talents and abilities to do some very impressive work. Some people can write amazing stories, some people can build great things, others can take a canvas and create a beautiful piece of art. One of these people is an online fashion designer and model known as Kay Pike who's only canvas is her own body.

Kay Pike manages to use nothing more than some paint, latex and a brush to transform herself into several iconic comic book and anime characters. Check out one of her videos below:

Despite being half-naked in all of her transformations, the detail and look of all the characters she creates are just amazing to witness. According to Kay, each transformation can take approximately up to 15 hours to complete and she manages to make them look so real with the appropriate use of latex. It must really suck when she finally has to wash it all off at the end of the day.

Kay Pike has always been a fan of cosplaying at conventions, saying that it was great way to socialize at those types of events. However, she actually only started her body painting this past December, despite always having a strong interest in art. She has gone on saying that she really enjoys the entire experience of painting her body. She currently holds over 12,000 followers on Instagram and continues to strive in the her career as a model and entrepreneur.

Kay posing as the Amazing Spider-Man
Kay posing as the Amazing Spider-Man
Kay posing as the mutant Colossus
Kay posing as the mutant Colossus
Kay posing as the terrific She-Hulk
Kay posing as the terrific She-Hulk
Kay posing as the sinister Nebula
Kay posing as the sinister Nebula

My personal favorites of her transformations are her She-Hulk and Nebula because it literally looks like she leaped out of the comic books in those pictures. She's a great talent and if you want to follow her work, you can check out her Instagram here.

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