In This Issue
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE: Academy Award-winning work from Justin Raleigh and Fractured FX, transforming Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield into troubled televangelists Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker.
CHRISTOPHER TUCKER: From The Elephant Man to The Phantom Of The Opera, we look at the career of the problem-solving makeup pioneer whose stage and screen work paved the way for awards recognition.
DUNE: Donald Mowat heads up a crew of international artists for a new adaptation of the highly regarded sci-fi classic, whose challenges included creating larger-than-life antagonist, Baron Harkonnen.
More from this issue
Issue 23 sees the craft of prosthetics come full circle in the Academy Awards! There’s a retrospective on the career of Christopher Tucker, without whom the statuette for ‘Makeup and Hairstyling’ may never have existed, and a feature about Justin Raleigh’s work on The Eyes of Tammy Faye, which just scooped that very Oscar! The pages are garnished with past and present winners and nominees, journeying across the Continent of The Witcher, over the desolate deserts of Dune, and the spy world of 007. Where else could you find monster-hunters, fashion icons, chainsaw-wielding maniacs, demons, djinns and televangelists, sat comfortably side-by-side?
LOOK OUT FOR:
- Academy Award-winner Joel Harlow brings an intriguing collection of new monsters to season 2 of the popular supernatural series, Evil
- Barrie Gower talks poisons, prosthetics, and Bond villains in No Time to Die
- Göran Lundström transforms Jared Leto into Paolo Gucci…with unrecognizable results
PROSTHETICS Magazine is published by internationally acclaimed makeup FX designer and teacher Neill Gorton.
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