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Published on Aug 19, 2009
Lee Joyner, Director of Admissions at Cinema Makeup School, along with graduate Tomo Hayashi, apply a silicone gel filled appliance (GFA), encapsulated in plastic cap material, on actor Perry Shields for Monsterpalooza 2009 in Burbank, California. Perry is performing as Jack Pierce, legendary makeup artist who created such iconic horror makeups as Frankenstein (Boris Karloff), The Mummy (Boris Karloff), The Wolfman (Lon Chaney Jr.), and worked on such classic films as Dracula and The Invisible Man.
This is an example of the cutting edge technology that makeup students travel from around the world to learn at Cinema Makeup School in Los Angeles, California. From Creature Maquette Sculpture class to silicone, gelatin and foam latex appliances taught in the Prosthetics Class, to the multi-piece applications, dental prosthetics and blood cannon/tubing/spray taught in Special Makeup FX Class, CMS strives to bring you the most up to date techniques and materials taught by some of the world's best makeup artists. Learn more at www.cinemamakeup.com or email at firstname.lastname@example.org!