Alice tries to catch the attention of a very grumpy Cheshire Cat in Percy Stow and Cecil Hepworth’s Alice in Wonderland (1903), the first filmed adaptation of the story. Footage posted online by the British Film Institute.
Master FX artist Rick Baker shows the team over at MAC cosmetics how it’s done!
This year, Rick Baker has collaborated with MAC Cosmetics for a collection of revamped horror classics. Through this collaboration, Rick hopes to make monster face painting a little more interesting and easy for the average makeup user.
Director Robert Rodriguez and Rose McGowan on the set of Planet Terror (2007).
Special Effects Makeup Artist Jake Garber talks about the arduous process of transforming actor Ron Pearlman into the devilishly awesome character Hellboy that we all know and love:
Even though he [Hellboy] seems “just red”, there were about four or five additional colors to break it up and get a little bit of shading in there to not make it look like a toy. Then there were four hair pieces that went on. One of them was the samurai wig and then there were the sideburn pieces. Then I usually put the lip on at the point right there, and then he had a little goatee that went on as well. And depending on the day, I would have to make his hand up to look the same color as everything else. Then he put dentures in. He had contact lenses which covered up the entire eye. And, his prosthetic hand. That was the typical day.
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Tom Savini / Creepshow
Le Voyage Dans La Lune - Georges Méliès - 1902
For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference.
Steve McQueen, Interview Magazine, October 2013
Styled by Miguel Enamorado