Tuesday, 2 August 2011

inspiration from a magician

my gorgeous make up, hair and costume work, a high fashion couture design, designed and created from the inspiration of a Magician. 




 the top hat, I made myself, creating a frame out of wire and a base out of cardboard and then covering the top hat frame with fake blonde hair, and then attaching the top hat to my models head with kirby grip.


 my gorgeous mummy and daddy, supporting me at the catwalk show.





 me and my model, walking down the catwalk, for the finale.
  me and my model, walking down the catwalk, for the finale.

me and my model :) 
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zombie hand and body make up

-these first two images, are of a zombie hand I created with liquid latex, tissue, cheero's, black cake make up and fake blood.
-the rest of the images show a zombie face make up, I used liquid latex, tissue, rice krispies, burn make up, bruising make up and fake blood.







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tattooing effects

I created both these tattooing effects freehand :)
-the first image is of a sword with a  rose intertwined, I drew this image with black eyeliner and then coloured it with black cake liner, a red tattoo pen and a green tattoo pen.
-the other images are of the oriental half a back tattoo that I designed and produced myself, all freehand. I drew the tattoo in sold black and white, and then re-drew it again in colour to see what it would look like in colour. I then used acetone to transfer my large tattoo design onto my models back, creating the outline, I then use black eyeliner to go back around the outline to darken it, and then used aqua colours to fill the tattoo and finally over powdered with translucent powder to set the large tattoo.. This tattoo took me 3 hours to create on my models back.










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my theatrical make up creations.

all my theatrical make up work, image one and two is a recreation of the make up from the Australian version of CAT's the musical. Image three, is a simple design for a child's face painting. Image four and five is my creation that was inspired by ''the wolf as grandma'' in Little Red Riding Hood. Images six and seven were created to show television drama make up being transformed into theatre make up. Image eight, is a crepe hair beard I created. Images nine, ten and eleven, are images of a aqua mask I painted onto the face and also blocked out the models eyebrows via wax and spirit gum. Image twelve, another mask I painted onto the face, inspired by colour block on the catwalk. Images thirteen and fourteen, is cultural Indian make up, with added wig and scarf. Finally, image fifteen is again cultural Oriental make up, with added wig, gown and fan.


















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my editorial and fashion make up creations.

Image One- Candy Inspired Make Up

Image Two - Photographic Make Up

 
Image Three- Red Carpet Glamour Make Up

Image Four - Editorial Make Up, suitable for a magazine shoot.

Image Five - Red Carpet Glamour Make Up.

 Image Six - Editorial Make Up, suitable for a magazine shoot.
Image Seven- Pretty Make Up, suitable for black and white photography.

Image Eight- Pretty Make Up, suitable for black and white photography.

Image Nine- Creative fashion make up, focussing on the eyebrows.

Image Ten- Creative fashion make up, focussing on the eyebrows.

Image Eleven - Subtle yet gorgeous make up, suitable for the catwalk .
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