Beauty & Age Makeup - From Script to Screen

Academy Award winning makeup artist, Bill Corso, takes you on a journey of developing beauty & age makeups from script to screen.

Description

The process of taking a character from script to screen is an interesting and collaborative road.  It requires the combined effort of the actor, the director, the hair stylist, and of course the manager of this entire journey – the makeup artist.

In this video, Academy Award winner Bill Corso is that managing makeup artist.  He takes lessons learned over his lengthy career and shows you this entire process, including both beauty and aging makeup applications.  No stone is left unturned.

Lesson Highlights:

  • Meeting with actors
  • How to create a Photoshop Pre-Vis
  • A course in beauty makeup
  • Aging makeup using prosthetic transfers
  • Making adjustments on set

 

Approximate Runtime is: 04:56:19

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  1. Title & Introduction - 00:00:00
  2. Analyzing a Script - 00:02:05
  3. Discussion with an Actress - 00:02:52
  4. Previsualization - 00:17:22
  5. Getting Started - 00:18:21
  6. Getting a Haircut - 00:22:01
  7. Wardrobe Change - 00:33:28
  8. Drawing Eyelashes - 00:46:36
  9. Painting On the Years - 00:49:15
  10. Liquify - 00:58:55
  11. Age Spotting - 01:01:23
  12. Taking Away Some Color - 01:03:16
  13. Adding In Hair - 01:05:39
  14. The Before and After - 01:20:55
  15. Overview of Beauty Makeup - 01:25:34
  16. Materials: Beauty Makeup - 01:26:56
  17. Primer - 01:37:27
  18. Highlighter Wands - 01:42:30
  19. Listening to Your Actor/Subject - 02:03:19
  20. Eyes - 02:04:51
  21. Eyelash Curling - 02:14:30
  22. Adding Mascara - 02:16:16
  23. Blush & Lipline - 02:19:40
  24. Prepping the Hair - 02:26:54
  25. Screen Tests - 02:27:27
  26. Applying a Release to the Lifecast - 02:29:35
  27. Sculpting the 3D Prosthetic Transfer Appliances - 02:31:54
  28. Roughing Out Each Appliance - 02:34:19
  29. Raking & Smoothing the Clay - 02:44:21
  30. Texturing - 02:48:37
  31. "Floating" the Clay Transfers - 02:50:39
  32. Flattening & Cleaning Up the Edges - 02:57:05
  33. Filling in Lost Edges - 03:01:01
  34. Finishing Texture Detail - 03:02:53
  35. Running the Pros-aide Transfers - 03:06:01
  36. Materials: Old Age Makeup - 03:07:21
  37. Beauty Makeup Removal - 03:12:31
  38. Prepping the Prosthetic Transfer Appliances - 03:15:52
  39. Prepping the Skin for Transfers - 03:25:03
  40. Applying Your Transfers - 03:29:10
  41. Painting - 03:48:10
  42. Beauty Makeup - 04:22:13
  43. Beauty Makeup Over Aging - 04:34:59
  44. Shooting the Scene From Multiple Angles - 04:36:06
  45. Making Adjustments On Set - 04:36:34
  46. Removing Prosthetic Transfer Appliance - 04:38:12
  47. Altering the Sculpture to Fit the Makeup - 04:49:42
  48. Wrap Up - 04:55:07

Materials

FOR YOUR WORK STATION

AIRBRUSHES

CLAYS/PLASTERS

EPOXYS/GLUES

MAKEUP

PAINT/BRISTLE BRUSHES

RELEASES

SPONGES/POWDER PUFFS

THINNERS/SOLVENTS

TOOLS

SOFTWARE

SUPPLIES

HEALTH/SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

When working with toxic and/or dangerous materials or tools:

ALWAYS read labels for appropriate use guidelines
ALWAYS wear a high-grade respirator
ALWAYS work in a well-ventilated area
ALWAYS protect your skin
ALWAYS wear eye protection

Artist Information

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Bill Corso

Academy Award winning makeup artist & master character creator.

New Jersey born make-up artist Bill Corso has been altering people’s likenesses since he was seven years old....

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