Here's looking at you Pudsey! Talented make-up artist creates crazy eye-catching designs to raise money for Children in Need
16:46 GMT, 15 November 2012
Each year Children in Need conjures up more hair-brained activities and fundraising events to raise money for Pudsey's charity.
And one woman is using her make-up artistry talents to help the popular cause.
Talented Tracy Stokes, from Plymouth, has created a series of eye-catching designs especially to promote Children in Need.
Charity eye: Tracy Stokes painted a picture of one-eyed mascot Pudsey over her right eye to raise awareness for the BBC's flagship fund-raising show
Seeing green: This eye-catching design complete with green eyelashes is sure to draw attention to the charity
Tracy regularly creates topical designs on her own face to stand out from the crowd and shows off her skills with this Avatar design
Included in her eye-catching designs is a picture of one-eyed mascot Pudsey painted over her right
eye to raise awareness for the BBC's flagship fund-raising show.
Tracy regularly creates topical
designs on her own face to stand out from the crowd – including a a patriotic design of a Union Jack to celebrate the Olympics.
Her designs also include the New York
skyline, a field of poppy's and an intricate green design complete with
vibrant turquoise eyelashes.
Last year Children in Need raised a brilliant 26,332,334 for charity, but it is hoped the scandal-hit BBC
will be able to put its problems behind it and generate even more money for children when it airs tomorrow.
Out of this world: Her impressive work brings an alien to life
Concrete jungle: This glitzy and glamorous design displays the New York skyline
Patriotic: Tracy goes for gold with her Olympic themed designs
Lest we forget: Tracey's touching and floral Remembrance day design