In This Issue
Makeup FX artist Richard Redlefsen realises a personal ambition to create a lookalike makeup of Mother Teresa, with exquisite results.
New work by industry artists created in challenging times: Joel Harlow, Barrie Gower, Alex Harper, Dan Crawley, Jamie Kelman, Andrew Freeman and Neill Gorton.
Brannon Braga, Patrick Baxter and Toby Lindala on bringing Clive Barker’s groundbreaking horror Books of Blood to Hulu in spectacular style.
In this diverse issue, you’ll find prosthetics for new comedy and horror movies plus a time-hopping TV series, a stunning lookalike makeup and the concluding part of a multi-part airbrushing tutorial. This issue is also a product of the difficult times it was compiled in; you’ll notice a lack of reference to Covid-19 because we want you to escape the relentless stress of it for a while. Instead, you’ll find an inspiring 22-page article showcasing how 8 of the industry’s busy artists turned a negative into a positive and continued being creative.
Look out for
- How the makeup FX team on Bill & Ted Face the Music tackled muscle suits, ageing makeups, reprising the Grim Reaper, creating a time-travelling robot and more
- The story of the Swamp Thing TV series characters that fell victim to a surprise shutdown of filming in this issues B-Sides column
- The makeup team on ambitious German sci-fi series Dark discuss the complex task of creating the prosthetic FX for three seasons of time-hopping drama
PROSTHETICS Magazine is published by internationally acclaimed makeup FX designer and teacher Neill Gorton.
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