Stuart Bray's Introduction To Prosthetic Makeup 29th & 30th Nov 2020
IS THIS COURSE FOR ME? This is the INTRO course on Prosthetics make up you have all been waiting for. Every year we are asked to run entry level courses so those who are tempted to get into this side of make up get the chance to try it out. Stuart Bray is one of the best in the business and is one of the best teachers so in just 2 days you will be surprised by how much you will learn.
This 2-day workshop is designed to lift the lid on the key skills, techniques, and materials needed to make and apply small appliances effectively and safely. The plan is to learn these key points, immerse yourself in the creative environment and fill in those knowledge gaps which would otherwise hold you back.
Together, we will:
- Sculpt wounds in plastiline
- Use appropriate reference and discuss how to research.
- Mould the sculpture in silicone
- Mix the correct skin-tone in silicone
- Cast appliances with great edges.
- Apply pieces correctly.
- Blend and match skin tones and create casualty FX.
Document your progress, ask questions and enjoy supplied notes and tutorials to help support your time in the workshop to help you continue your journey into prosthetics. The idea is to supply you with a logical and repeatable process so you can do this stuff again.
You will be amazing about what you can learn about prosthetics in just 2 days.
ABOUT THE ARTIST: Stuart Bray is a freelance special effects makeup artist working in the film and television industry since 1994. His extensive credits include Saving Private Ryan, The Mummy 1 & 2, Gladiator, Shaun of the Dead, Dr Who, Stardust, Game of Thrones, Giri Haji and the new BBC/Netflix 'Dracula'. He specializes in all the processes involved in making prosthetic appliances and make-up effects from design, sculpting, moulding, casting and application.
Over the last decade he has also been a visiting tutor for a number of makeup schools as well as running his own special effects workshops. He runs the popular FX podcast 'Battles With Bits Of Rubber' with fellow FX artist Todd Debreceni, author of 'Special Makeup Effects for Stage and Screen'.
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