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SFX TV Theatre & Film

Get to grips with the design and specialist application of make-up for the world of showbiz. Master the MUA trickery needed to create visually realistic effects across the different mediums and get a taster intro into the world of prosthetics.

Course Duration

5 Days

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Monday to Friday - 09:00 to 17:00

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5 Sundays - 09:00 to 17:00

SFX TV Theatre & Film

SFX TV Theatre & Film

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Course Overview

Get to grips with the design and specialist application of make-up for the world of showbiz. Master the MUA trickery needed to create visually realistic effects across the different mediums and get a taster intro into the world of prosthetics.

Course Content

  • Drag queen
  • Theatrical ageing
  • Character design
  • Film and TV ageing
  • Bruising and burns (1st, 2nd and 3rd degree)
  • Cuts, gashes, grazes and broken bones
  • Birth marks, lumps and scars
  • Death discolouration
  • Introduction to prosthetics
  • Complete with photo-shoot for portfolio imagery

Location

  • Edinburgh

Tutors

Lea Ross

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Course Overview

Get to grips with the design and specialist application of make-up for the world of showbiz. Master the MUA trickery needed to create visually realistic effects across the different mediums and get a taster intro into the world of prosthetics.

Course Content

  • Drag queen
  • Theatrical ageing
  • Character design
  • Film and TV ageing
  • Bruising and burns (1st, 2nd and 3rd degree)
  • Cuts, gashes, grazes and broken bones
  • Birth marks, lumps and scars
  • Death discolouration
  • Introduction to prosthetics
  • Complete with photo-shoot for portfolio imagery

Location

  • Edinburgh

Tutors

Lea Ross