Jamie Hyneman, co-host of the show Mythbusters, worked on the animatronics for Naked Lunch.
Naked Lunch (1991)
Eric Schweig as villain Pesh-Chidin, also known as El Brujo, in the 2003 film The Missing. This specific makeup was designed and overseen by Matthew Mungle and personally applied by Jamie Kelman.
The final challenge on last night’s season finale of ‘Face Off.’ Which was the winning look?
Kevin Durand enduring a lifecasting for his X-Men character, “The Blob.”
Makeup effects on Sean Harris as Craig in Christopher Smith’s film Creep. Application ran at least 7 hours and prosthetics removal took 3 hours. While Harris said he started to hate the makeup process toward the end, he admitted liking having so many hours to get into the mindset of his character.
By Mike Stringer of Hybrid FX
Visual Effects (Prometheus Extras - The Furious Gods gif 17)
genetically altered Fifield, previously CG’ed and eventually made up in prosthetics
Millicent Patrick - The Creatures mother.
And people say I’M dressed up when I wear a skirt and heels at my drawing table…Yay all around!
Disney animator Millicent Patrick’s work as sole designer of the Creature From the Black Lagoon was downplayed by a male coworker who then received credit for it for half a century.
Made it’s way all the way back around to me. Go Millicent!
Click the link for the behind the scenes video. Laufey is not quite so impressive when it’s Colm Feore’s real voice coming out. Or when it’s Colm Feore in just a body suit and blue paint with his hair sticking out.
Damn, he’s short.
WEEK OF CROSS-OVERS -shot-
Ok, it’s not but everyone thought of it!
The very reason I searched the tags for this episode of Face Off is because I thought of this too.
He also sort of looks like the Winter Warlock from Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town.
|Les Mis:||*smudges dirt all over Hugh Jackman*|
|Les Mis:||*puts crazy hairstyle for helena*|
|Les Mis:||wins best makeup awards|
|The Hobbit:||*actors spend 8 hours every morning putting makeup*|
|The Hobbit:||*Months of making every character distinct and recognizable as a silhouette and inventing special beards and special braids*|
|The Hobbit:||*Four different races and orcs*|
|The Hobbit:||*Hobbit feet and dwarf fat*|
|The Hobbit:||*fake noses and skin and eyebrows and facial hair*|
|The Hobbit:||doesn't win.|
So yeah, guys, Jennifer Lynch did a movie about a killer snake woman. As shown in the trailer, it’s got some wicked practical effects, and some lousy CGI effects. A lot of people have found it to be terrible, including Lynch herself, who cites executive meddling and hasn’t even seen the finished product, so I don’t know if I’ll see this one or not.
But as you vorephiles out there can see from the picture, the snake woman does well with her serpentine behavior. I just hope in times of distress she doesn’t puke the grown men back up.