THEATRICAL MAKEUP SUPPLY - MAKEUP SUPPLY
Theatrical makeup supply - How to put make up on properly.
Theatrical Makeup Supply
- In the performing arts, stage makeup is used by actors to assist in creating the appearance of the characters they portray.
- an amount of something available for use
- Provide (someone) with something needed or wanted
- offering goods and services for sale
- give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
- Make (something needed or wanted) available to someone; provide
- Be a source of (something needed)
Theatrical FX Makeup
So you're doing King Lear and want to know the best way to get the maximum effect for Gloucester's gouged-out eyes. Or A Midsummer Night's Dream and can't figure out makeup for Puck. Or any number of plays featuring ghosts, zombies, beat-up boxers, otherworldly creatures, or just folks who've had some really bad luck lately. This lavishly illustrated guide to the dark side of special-effects makeup will walk you step by step through the process.
Theatrical FX Makeup is written for anyone with a general interest in trying some (literally) eye-popping makeup effects on their own, especially theatre and film professionals. It features dozens of makeup effects accompanied by simple directions for creating them with both professional-quality makeup supplies and items easily found around the house or local supermarket. Unlike most makeup books, this one is play specific. In addition to the directions for each effect, you'll discover a list of show and character-specific productions for which the effect is appropriate, along with variations to help you adapt each makeup to your specific needs.
The book also comes with a companion CD-ROM, which shows all of the book's illustrations in full color with easy access to the corresponding directions and supply list.
CD-ROM System Requirements
Pentium Processor (233 Mhz or higher)PowerPC Processor
Windows 95 (or higher)system 8 (or higher)
64 MB RAM (more recommended)64 MB RAM (more recommended)
SVGA Color Display (or better)SVGA Color Display (or better)
8x CD-Rom Drive (or faster)8x CD-ROM Drive (or faster)
QuickTime 4.0 (or higher)Quicktime 4.0 (or higher)
From left to right:
He: He fnished modeling the clay and did the final makeup
She: bought the stuff to make the mask
I: modeled for the mold, started putting the clay on the mold to give it it's from, and put the layers and layers of liquid latex.
She: Made the mix to put on my face and made the mold.
Teamwork at it's best!
That is not a wig, that's my hair lol
Getting ready for a production of "The Pirates of Penzance" at The Barn Theatre, Montville, NJ -- Aleks Slaski (standing) working on the hair of her 'sister' Lauren Grof-Tisza
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