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SHREK The Musical

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Nadine L'Heureux

on 29 April 2014

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Transcript of SHREK The Musical

SHREK The Musical
*Artificial body parts
*Prosthetics is the technique of adding to the face a ‘second’ skin
Straight Makeup
Natural makeup
Actors/actresses applies themselves
Contouring is the art of shading and highlighting to bring out or lessen features. It works best when you use the same colour family, in lighter and darker shades. For instance, for blusher you blush as normal and if you want to have killer cheekbones, add a touch of a blusher a couple shades darker just under where you have put your blush, where you have slight hollows. This makes your cheekbones pop. ETC...
Highlight and Shadow
Through the use of makeup, specifically highlighting and shading, the apparent shape of an actor’s face can be changed.[3] By highlighting the face's protruding bones, the features become pronounced; shadowing cavities can add depth.[4] Sagging jowls, forehead wrinkles, eye pouches, and prominent veins can be created by manipulating highlights and shadows.[3] A highlight is a base makeup that is at least two shades lighter than the base. It is applied on the bridge of the nose, cheekbones, and areas under the eyes and below the brows.[4] Using a color two shades deeper than the base provides depth and definition. This depth is commonly used on the eye sockets, to thin the sides of the nose, to shallow the cheeks, and to minimize heaviness under the chin.[4]
*Prosthetic vs Straight
What is Prosthetic Makeup?
*Type of effects makeup used frequently in film, theater and television. By sculpting enhanced body parts that are based on the wearer's actual body, makeup artists are able to achieve very real, believable results. With correctly applied makeup, a human being can age, grow, change shape, or become a whole different species, all through the skill of the makeup artist.

Most prosthetic makeup begins with making molds and casts of the actor's body. Using traditional sculpting techniques, the makeup artist or sculpture will create a lifelike model of the actor, giving them a base on which to work. This process, called lifecasting, typically is done during pre-production, long before the movie even starts to shoot.
With the lifecast, the makeup artist can then begin to alter and change the form to fit the design needed. Depending on the needs of the production, they can add scarring, wrinkles, veins, or skin discoloration to create age or injuries. The prosthetic makeup process can also give alien features to a familiar form, such as pointed ears, extra teeth, or even additional appendages.

What is Straight Makeup?
*Straight Makeup is a style of makeup that provides a natural, clean, and healthy glow.


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