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Prosthetics Magazine (Issue 21 Summer 2021)

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There’s a theme of amazing re-creations in this issue: impeccable reprises of character makeups, a splendid homage to Darkness from Legend, stunning life-size likenesses of horror heroes and reboots of the iconic Gill Man! There’s cutting-edge hybrid work, gloriously gory horror and humanoid pigs at the Salton Sea. Don’t miss our major career profile of industry giant Nick Dudman, and if you need advice on costing jobs, it’s right here!

LOOK OUT FOR

  • Jaco Snyman’s innovative work utilising a hybrid of traditional and digital design and manufacturing techniques for Ridley Scott’s hit sci-fi series Raised by Wolves.
  • Toby Lindala’s Vancouver-based shop creates plague-infested bodies, gore and superb ageing makeup for The Stand.
  • One of the best-known names in the business, Nick Dudman, looks back at an illustrious, four-decade career.

FEATURES

ProRen FX creates larger-than-life characters for Coming 2 America / Tim Martin adds his own twist to a ‘Legendary’</em> makeup for a Match.com TV commercial / Jaco Snyman’s innovative work utilising a hybrid of traditional and digital design and manufacturing techniques for Ridley Scott’s hit sci-fi series / Lindala Schminken FX creates plague-infested bodies, gore and superb ageing makeup for The Stand / Career profile of Nick Dudman: from early Star Wars to Carnival Row and beyond / Barney Burman and Nick Reisinger on delivering mutant pig-men for Burman’s directorial debut Wild Boar.

TUTORIALS AND TECH SPECS

Stuart Bray and Todd Debreceni give invaluable guidance about what your time is worth and how to find a price for it, and Academy Award-winner Joel Harlow takes us through his process for creating incredible likeness display figures of horror icons.

Plus: wisdom from Academy Award-winner and filmmaker Barney Burman and this issues B-Sides: the many fruitless attempts to reboot the iconic Creature from the Black Lagoon, better known as the ‘Gill Man’.

 

 

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