Hair & Makeup

DP/30: The Theory Of Eveyrthing, Prod Design, Make-Up, and Costume

The dynamic trio of Production Designer John Paul Kelly, Make-Up Designer Jan Sewell, and Costume Designer Steven Noble are in great part responsible for the authenticity of a film that is not only “period,” but covers decades. They spoke to David Poland about the work.Read More

Hairstylist Aldo Signoretti Wigs Out on Set of Hercules

Aldo Signoretti discusses his work on the wigs for teh sword and sandal film Hercules He’s done hair and makeup for the epic battles between ancient Greeks (Troy) and warring Mayans (Apocalypto). He’s created wigs for the sordid characters scheming and seducing their way through the 15th century Vatican (Borgias), 19th century gangsters vying for supremacy Read MoreRead More

Colored contact lenses for Halloween can injure your eyes, FDA warns

Whether your going trick-or-treating or intend on creating some eye effects for your horror film, you may want to take caution when using colored contact lenses. Does your Halloween costume include decorative contact lenses? If so, the Food and Drug Administration has a warning for you: Make sure you get a prescription from an optometrist or other eye care Read MoreRead More

Not Just CGI: The Incredible Tech of Horror-Movie Monsters

Stephanie Pappas explores some of the real life makeup technologies such as 3D printing are impacting the creation of horror movie monsters outside the computer. His eyes were black as night, his teeth jagged, his nostrils unnaturally large. It’s said that when movie audiences first saw him, they fainted in fright. Lon Chaney’s 1925 portrayal Read MoreRead More

It’s Just Paint – A Red 6K Test Video Worth Watching

Phil Holland shot this test video using Red’s Dragon sensor of a woman getting reptile makeup applied – continuing their tradition of making test videos that are actually interesting to watch for non-technical reasons. You can check out a 4K version on YouTube for extra pixel peeping.Read More

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