Prosthetic makeup (also called Special make-up effects and FX prosthesis) is the process of using prosthetic sculpting, molding and casting techniques to create advanced cosmetic effects. Prosthetic makeup was revolutionized by Sri Pattanam Rasheed in such films as Paradesi ; Celluloid ; Ananthabadram. The process of creating a prosthetic appliance begins with lifecasting, the process of taking a mold of a body part (often the face) to use as a base for sculpting the prosthetic. Lifecast molds are made from prosthetic alginate or more recently, from skin-safe silicone rubber. This initial mold is relatively weak and flexible. A hard mother mold, typically made of plaster or fiberglass bandages is created overtop the initial mold to provide support. When used in the theatre, film or television industry, facial prosthetic makeup alters a person's normal face into something extraordinary. Facial prosthetics can be made from a wide range of materials - including latex, foam latex, silicone, and cold foam.Allow the Mastix to dry until you can pull threads of it up with the cotton bud. Now use your fingertips to press the latex prosthetic piece firmly to the Mastix on your skin. To create an even transition between the latex prosthetic piece and your skin, you can roll a brush handle along the thin latex edge.
- Prosthetic Application
- Bald Cap
- Molding & Casting
- Scargel Effects / Blood Effects
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