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Captain Herring

By CB-FX
This was a prosthetic I applied for season 11 Red Dwarf with the assistance of Francesca Burnedelli. The concept was designed by Chris Goodman and sculpted by Cliff Wallace whilst working for Millennium FX.
Captain Herring appeared in episode 4 "Officer Rimmer". The inspiration behind the design was that of a 3D printing jam, or in this case a Bio Printing jam. 
Captain Herring was played by the very talented Stephen Critchlow.
 
Image details
Image size
6247x4823px 12.38 MB
Make
SONY
Model
DSC-RX100M3
Shutter Speed
1/30 second
Aperture
F/1.8
Focal Length
9 mm
ISO Speed
160
Date Taken
Dec 3, 2015, 7:30:02 PM
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Bracey100's avatar
Im still trying to figure out how he could see in that think. Im aware of a number of tricks for similar prosthetics but this one looks particularly difficult if that wrinkle doubles as an eye slit.
CB-FX's avatar
Hi Brace, thanks for your comment. The vision was very limited. We designed it so inbetween scenes we could fold back the middle recessed part of the foam latex to give him 60% vision, but when filming he was almost completely blind. Think it almost added to the final character and humour that Red Dwarf is famous for.
Bracey100's avatar
Ha, I bet it did. Ive only rarely seen Red Dwarf sadly but I really enjoyed what I saw. 
DoctorWhoOne's avatar
So you got to work on Red Dwarf ? . . lucky Smegger !, or to put it in a more Rimmer sense -

Red Dwarf - Arnold J. Rimmer. by DoctorWhoOne
CB-FX's avatar
LOL. I'll take that. :-)
DoctorWhoGuides's avatar
What the hell? This thing is terrifying! I remember Red Dwarf being more funny than scary. This is a brilliant prosthetic and looks fantastic. Well done :)
DoctorWhoGuides's avatar
I'll have to check the episode out :D
CB-FX's avatar
Cheers. Promise you the episode is more funny than scary. He does look quite disturbing though. :-) 
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