The mum-of-two takes up to nine hours to transform her body into everything from a wooden doll to a human knot.
In others she completely loses her head and becomes a hollow body. Videos of her wacky creations have racked up nearly 57 million views online.
And recently her version of The Incredibles’ character Elastigirl went viral.
The artist who is known as Kika, said: “What takes me a lot of time is thinking about what I will draw.
“My feelings in that moment and the music I’m listening to have a lot of impact on what I will do next day, but sometimes that process lasts for a couple of days.
“A lot of ideas comes from my kids. They were watching a trailer for Incredibles 2 and I saw Elastigirl.
“A lot of ideas comes from my kids.”
Mirjana Kika Milosevic
“I already liked it because she reminds me of mums in some situations when we need to paint and cook and do things at the same time.”
The 36-year-old first began painting as a child, but never daubed on paper – instead choosing surfaces like walls or doors.
Kika said: “My parents used to say that I first learned to draw, then to walk.
“I was showing interest in drawing on strange surfaces such as walls and doors in my apartment, then my body and any other surface I found interesting.
“We couldn’t afford for me to attend art school and I had to learn all of the techniques the harder way, by myself.
“Today a lot of people, when they see how I do make-up, tell me that I should be a beauty make- up artist.
“I learnt that I can combine techniques of body painting and make-up to create the crazy stuff you can see on my YouTube channel.”
Kika, who is mum to Danilo, 14 and Nikola, six, has painted fun animated characters including the Genie from Aladdin, Olaf from Frozen and Yzma from The Emperor’s New Groove. But it’s the transformations that show contortions of the human body that get rave reviews.
She’s created a human braid, as well as a ghost body with no limbs or head.
Kiki, from Smederevo in Serbia, said: “My favourite transformation is the wooden puppet doll because that project changed my life and it changed me, as I had doubted I could do it.
“Knot is also one of my favourites because when I was a young girl I had a lot of problems with eating, so that one resonates with me.
“But I love all of my illusions because they are all part of me and my life.”
The artist uses three special mirrors to film her creations, which she first began loading online when she struggled to find a job.
Now, the profile from the tapes have made her one of the most popular children’s muralists in Serbia under the pseudonym Supermama.
She added: “I want to take my illusions to a next level and give my audience something new and fresh.”