Make-up & Prosthetics
1 Year Diploma
MAKE – UP ARTISTRY
The make – up artistry course includes the
Basic cleansing routine
Eyebrow shaping and tinting of lashes/eyebrows
Anatomy of skin, muscles and bones
Corrective make – up for face shapes, noses, eyes and lips
Camouflage make – up e.g. Tattoos, skin disorders, birthmarks etc.
Introduction to application of make – up using different techniques
Colour and lighting for theatre and photo work
Day make – up
Evening make – up
Mature make – up
Black skin make – up
Wedding make – up
Photographic make – up for men
Colour photographic make - up
Make – up for black and white photos
Glamorous photographic make – up
Make – up ramp/catwalk
Make – up styles through the ages e.g. Egyptian – 1980‘s
History of make – up.
Ballet make – up.
Oriental (geisha, Eastern Indian)
Avant – Garde make – up.
Copying make – up styles from magazines.
Facial stoutness and slimness
Restoration and Eighteenth century
Animal face painting
Clown make – up.
Aged Hobo, Prostitute.
Crepe Beard application.
Fantasy & Futuristic make – up.
Introduction to body art.
Kabuki make – up.
SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKE-UP
First, second and third degree burns
Making bald caps
Chopped off finger
Prosthetics and Special Effects
Casting a full human head
Casting a face,
Breakdown casting: nose, forehead, chin, jowls, neck and sides of face
Casting ears, open eyes and hands
Casting a full body (Theory)
Sculpting techniques and designs for face, hands, feet and body parts
Sculpting the human head
Undercuts, cutting and blending
Making silicone, plaster, latex and resin molds
The use of hot and cold foam pieces
The use of true skin and dragon skin
Making bald caps
Coloring of bald caps
Use of different bloods, collodion and various materials used in filmmaking.
Designing of wounds, injuries casualty effect
Making teeth molds that changes the dental appearances
Applying a prosthetic piece
Blood pump effects
Sculpting and casting Marquittes