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Prosthetics Magazine - Issue 15 - Summer 2019

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The magazine for fans, followers and practitioners of prosthetics, special make-up FX, animatronics, body and face art. We have these shipped in from England so you don't have to go through the trouble.

 

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PROSTHETICS Magazine is published by internationally acclaimed make-up FX designer and teacher Neill Gorton.

Content includes articles about screen prosthetics, make-up FX and related fields, in-depth interviews with the industry's leading global practitioners, technical information about the materials used in the craft and a fabulous collection of detailed tutorials by highly accomplished artists. This almost 100-page magazine is packed full of information you won't want to miss.

PROSTHETICS MAGAZINE ISSUE #15 - SPRING 2019

Here's what's inside...

Luckily all the gore in this issue is silicone, because there’s plenty of it! And if you want to know anything about the development of silicone as a medium in the prosthetics world, there’s no better place.

Plus: more monsters and mavericks, and some Marvel to boot...

In this issue:
• All the hot details on Hellboy from Joel Harlow
• A marathon of alterations and alternatives for Adrien Morot on The Revenant in this issue’s B-Sides profile
• Twilight Creations’ Jörn Seifert on mutilations, expectations, and borrowing a ‘dead’ dog for Netflix’s series Perfume

Other feaures: Legacy Effects’ Shane Mahan and Brian Sipe on their work on Captain Marvel, Academy Award winning makeup FX and fine artist Wesley Wofford, and the second part of the Doctor Who carnival of monsters by Martin Ruddock. Tech specs and tutorials: Sangeet Prabhaker’s method for creating a rigid frame for an appliance using a hot glue gun, Stuart Bray and Todd Debrecini show us two methods for creating a brush-up mould, and Jennie Roberts and Catriona Finlayson discuss cover-ups for body paint artists and models. Plus: wisdom from Andrew Freeman, and Gordon Smith reflects on his career in his autobiography ‘Unmasked’.

Publisher:Neill Gorton
Binding:Softcover
Size:8.25" x 11.625"
Number of Pages:98
Illustration:Color Photos
Country of Origin:Made in the UK

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