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Vines made with clay and a mixture of paint and latex. Several layers of skin were ripped off during removal, too heavy on the glue! Worth it.
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Special Make-up Effects: Juan Serrano (GADGET FX)
Model: Raquel Guirro
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makeup in progress.
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nov 2010
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My bat creature mask up close. I was really mad at myself for forgetting my contacts >.>.....ah well. I'll be wearing this one to Comi-kaze too hopefully.
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So, this is my groups contribution to our final project, dubbed "be supreme!" We were split into three groups, and given the assignment to create three supreme beings; one male, one female and one androgyonous. My group was given the latter, and this is what we ended up with after three months. The group consisted of my wonderful classmates Åsta, Anna, Gabrielle, Emily and me. We all contributed to the designprocess, and we each did our part regarding the sculpting of the different pieces. The make-up consisted of one headpiece (pull-over), facepiece, torsopiece (chest, shoulders and spine) elbowpieces and handpieces (which sadly aren't shown in the pictures), all done in foam latex, and porcupine-like spikes for the head. I sculpted the scale-like parts for the elbows and shoulders, and some bio-mechanical blacelet-like parts (that aren't shown here, either.) The base-tone of the coloring is airbrushed (by me) and the shading is hand-done with sponge and brush. Everyone worked together (and closely) on gluing on the different parts, blending edges and coloring the whole thing from the model's waste and up. The makeup took a little under ten hours to do, starting at four in the morning. (A BIG thanks to our wonderful model, Julia, for showing up at abominable hours.)
The black eyes have been post-edited in photoshop.
Photo and editing by Jim Udenberg.
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Makeup for Cinema Makeup School at San Diego Comic Con 2012.
Makeup designed, sculpted, painted and applied by Miyo Nakamura and Gilbert Tang.
Model: Christine Osborne
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This is the final exam at school.
Prosthetics in 10 pieces - cowl (included spikes), face, scales on the choulders and spine and breast, navel, 2 elbows, 2 hands and 2 bracelets, all made in foam latex except the spikes that is made from puly urethane foam.
Made by me (Linett), Silje, Marthe, Lina and Alan. The model is Helga. Pictures by Jim.
If you want to contact any of the artists, please send me a message.
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Spider lady makeup for Cinema Makeup School.
Makeup designed, sculpted, painted and applied by graduate Melissa Jimenez :icon0omrshydeo0:
Assistant and lab work: Jamie Leodones
Model and wardrobe fabrication: Mo Meinhart
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Photos & SFX Make Up: me

Model: Infinitas Animae :iconinfinitasanimae:

Pics from this shooting:
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