Phone: 212 998 1500
Introduction to Special Effects Make-up
History of make-up in cinema; anatomical reference; visualizing an effect; lighting for make-up; safety using materials; sculpting, molding and applying prosthetics; creating silicone molds; the role and responsibility of the make-up artist; graphic violence simulation; skin safe molding procedures; “out-of-kit” make-up effects including bruises, black eyes, blood, scabs, scars, wounds, burns, and decayed flesh; applying, blending, and coloring a bald cap; and applying, blending and coloring a foam latex prosthetic.
This course is part of a University. Contact the school for more information.
More information on instructor Robert Benevides can be found here.
This course has a nonrefundable lab fee of $642.