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PROSTHETICS Magazine Issue No.6 2017 (801033)
Issue No.6 Featured articles include: Adventures in the Creature Trade Joe Nazzaro talks to Dave and Lou Elsey about their incredible, enduring success as collaborators in screen prosthetics, Jargon Buster Laura Barnes clears up the confusing terminology surrounding taking and storing good quality images of your work, Animatronics Renaissance Part two of our in-depth discussion with Spectral Motion's Mike Elizalde and Mark Setrakian about their work at the forefront of animatronics, A Lesson in Latex, or Fun with Foam The second of a two-part tutorial from Stuart Bray and Todd Debreceni, combining experience from both sides of the Atlantic on working with foam latex, The 101 Year Old Man Love Larson and Eva von Bahr talk to Joe Nazzaro about creating the prosthetics for the further misadventures of a centenarian, Product Spotlight Long-standing UK prosthetics designer and educator Stuart Conran's top ten uses for Kryolan Fixing Spray, Special FX Contact Lenses Industry-leading contact lens manufacturers Cantor & Nissel give us an essential education in the issues surrounding special FX contact lenses, FX Cribs Jonah Levy and Matthew Silva lift the lid on the new Atlanta premises of Blue Whale Studios, now running in tandem with the company's Orlando workshop, What's Cookin'? California based artist Vincent Damyanovich's expert opinion on choosing and using ovens for FX work, Deconstructing Disguise Makeup Neill Gorton examines the considerations, skills and psychology behind successfully concealing identity.

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The Costume Making Guide (801042)
The Costume Making Guide : Creating Armor and Props for Cosplay is a beginner's guide to armor and prop making so that anyone no matter their background knowledge can make their costume dreams a reality. Internationally known cosplayer Kamui Cosplay (a.k.a. Svetlana Quindt) shows you how to easily create elaborate costume armor and successful props out of items available at your local arts and craft or hardware stores: turn foam into a realistic axe, create a breastplate from scratch and use a glue gun to modify just about anything. Also includes the basic process of building and working with Worbla. Packed with more than 30 step-by-step demonstrations that teach the skills you need to bring all your favorite characters to life no matter the genre, Kamui Cosplay deconstructs the work that goes into making a complete costume, from the first thought to the final photo. Tutorials cover design planning, fabricating body armor, 3D painting techniques and more. 128 full color pages

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PROSTHETICS Magazine Issue No.7 2017 (801153)
Issue No.7 Featured articles include: Ghost in the Shell How Weta Workshop chief Richard Taylor and makeup department heads Jane O'Kane and Sarah Rubano brought this anime classic to the big screen, Zombie Kings The extraordinary makeup FX creations of Josef Rarach and Vlad Taupesh, Aging the Adelman's Frederic Laine discusses CLSFX's approach to a half-century of ageing for M. & Mme Adelman. WOLVERINE: The Final Chapter? Academy Award winner Joel Harlow on creating the makeup FX for the X-Men character's swan song in Logan.

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PROSTHETICS Magazine Issue No.8 2017 (801354)
Issue No.8 This Eighties Special Issue features articles including: The Alien Factor Legacy Effects' Lindsay MacGowan, Shane Mahan and their key team members discuss the tricky brief for their superb work on Guardians of the Galaxy:Vol. 2, Brushing Up on Mould Making Anthony Davies takes us through making a silicone brush up negative master mould of a full head cast, a time efficient alternative to matrix moulds, Creating 'Covenant' Joe Nazzaro talks to UK- based Creatures Inc. and Sydney's Odd Studio about their combined work to create the aliens, artefacts and effects for Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant, Latex Appliances: Part 1 In the first of a multi-part tutorial, Stuart Bray and Todd Debreceni bring us their knowledge from both sides of the Atlantic about working with liquid or 'pre-vulcanised' latex, Product Spotlight Neill Gorton asks experts Lisa Munro and Tim Gore to analyse the leading lights in the airbrush market, Dear Neill... 1980s style no-response advice on your prosthetics problems from one of the industry's straightest talkers, From The Thing to Thriller Joe Nazzaro reminisces with a host of big makeup FX names about the Golden Age of the craft, How to Set Up Your Own Workshop Netherlands-based makeup FX artist and teacher Lawrence Kelatow on the essential requirements for setting up your own work space, The 80s Anthology Sights, sounds and personal snapshots of a monumental era: some of makeup FX's enduring leaders share memories of making their first forays into a new industry, and The B-Sides Film and TV prosthetics that didn't make the screen. This issue's subject: Vincent Guastini's work for the prequel of infamous 1982 John Carpenter horror classic The Thing.

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Figure Sculpting Volume 2: Gesture & Drapery Techniques Book (801481)
Volume 2 of this Series addresses issues that arise after the fundamental skills of modeling anatomy have been grasped. Written for the 3D artist, whether digital or traditional, techniques for applying gesture and drapery to enhance and bring life to sculptures of the human form are discussed referencing more than 100 of Philippe Faraut's sculptures. In addition, step-by-step demonstrations including topics such as modeling stylized body types and multi-figure sculptures are shown through the use of over 600 photographs. Further features include: illusion of translucent fabric, examples of the anatomy of folds, exercises for modeling clothing and leather, methods for creating armatures, techniques to improve speed, and hollowing techniques for complex figures. Hardcover 8 3/4" x 11 1/4", 240 pages.

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