Prosthetic Makeup Basics - Gelatin Facial Appliances Part 1 (Video Stream)

Prosthetic Makeup Basics - Gelatin Facial Appliances Part 1 (Video Stream)

Stan Winston School of Character Arts

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Stan Winston Studios: Prosthetic Makeup Basics - Gelatin Facial Appliances Part 1 is part 1 of a 2 part web course, where Rob Burman (STAR TREK, THE THING, THE FLY) explains the secrets for creating translucent gelatin makeup appliances. Learn from Burman as he takes you through the first steps in executing your makeup transformation, including alginate facial life-casting, sculpting a prosthetic onto a stone positive, and making a mold that is ready for gelatin casting, all using foundational, cost-effective techniques!

In this part 1, watch Burman talk about how to do a life cast, make positives, molds, sculpt prosthetics, fine tuning textures and more! In part 2, watch Burman cover the mixing of gelatin, casting of prosthetics and application on model, using commonly available materials.

Approx. Runtime: 02:57:40

• Alginate Life-Casting
• Techniques
• Creating a Stone Positive of your Actor
• Sculpting the Appliance
• Basic Mold Making for Prosthetics
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