210 clock hours
Special FX Makeup equips students with makeup & lab techniques to create special effects for film, television, and theater. On Day 1, students apply a prosthetic. This introduces students to foam latex prosthetics and emphasizes the importance of proper textures, edges, and the look of a finished application. This helps them as they begin designing and sculpting.
Students learn about silicone, gelatin, in addition to foam latex materials. They design, create, and apply different types of prosthetic and dental appliances. The entire process includes conceptualization, life casting, sculpting, molding, airbrushing techniques, and application techniques.
Blood delivery methods are also included. Their final project for Special FX Makeup is captured in a photo shoot.
Pre-requisite Special FX Prosthetics
90 clock hours- pre-requisite FX-2
Students learn how to design, construct and mold an advanced three-dimensional sculpted character. This course is ideal for artists interested in working in a special makeup effects lab building projects for film, television and theatrical productions, haunted houses, toy or video game productions and theme parks. Our FX Makeup students produce a completed creature from conceptual design to final application. Their final project is captured in a photo shoot.
Have you watched "Face Off" or "Game Face" and you know Special Effects Makeup could be your passion? This is where we see the most imaginative creative work at Cosmix. Walk into our Special Effects Makeup classroom and you will be in awe of our students' creativity. From super heros to aliens- It's amazing!