Check out part 2 of my interview with Joe Goes at Monsterpalooza! You'll see me at 2:21 and 3:53! Get ready to laugh!
Check out my interview with Joe Goes at Monsterpalooza! You'll see me at 3:03 and 5:00, stay tuned for part 2!
Demon's Door Prosthetic Makeup Application
for Six Flags Magic Mountain's Fright Fest 2015
*Pardon the Cruella costume, this was filmed on Halloween!
To view the pre-painting process of these prosthetics, go to https://youtu.be/bt6U47gmWJs
Makeup by: Haylee Detroit
Prosthetics made by: The Scream Team
Products used: Premiere Products, PPI
Airbrush used: Paasche
Makeup by Haylee Detroit, Prosthetics by The Scream Team, Products by: Premiere Products, PPI, Airbrushed using a Paasche.
Here's a time lapse video of my Hatchet the Clown Makeup for Magic Mountains Fright Fest 2015... Hope you like it! I am responsible for 5 makeups in just 4 hours! Sorry for the hot lighting, I will try to adjust for the next video, as well as put the camera in landscape mode... ;-)
To Learn More about Fright Fest: www.sixflags.com/magicmountain/special-events/festival/fright-fest-presented-by-snickers
To Learn More about The Scream Team: www.screamteam.com
Music by: Yan Sarecsky, Track: Kraken Feat Metaled, To Hear more from Yan go to: soundcloud.com/alkora-1
Today my daughter asked me to make a bed for her Monster High Doll. After watching one of her favorite Youtube stars video, we set off to make our own version. It's not perfect, but it was so much fun to make!
- 4 Wooden Dowels(I used skewers)
- Poster Board
- Scrap Booking Paper
- Construction Paper
- Red and Black Flat Paint
- Xacto Knife
- Elmer's Poster Board Glue Stick
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Sharpie Maker
- Start by painting your dowels so they have time to dry before you attach them to the bed.
- Then Draw your bed shapes on the poster board and cut them out with an xacto knife. We went with an 11"x6" mattress and mirrored the canopy with the same size.
- Glue your scrap booking paper and construction paper to the pieces of board that make the canopy then attach them together.
- My measurements weren't exact, so to mask the gaps I added hot glue "Candy Drips" underneath the edges then painted them red to match Frankie Stein's shoes.
- Then measure and cut out your board to create the mattress.
- Cut and glue fabric/paper to the mattress pieces. I used a black satin fabric for the mattress "Sheet" and red construction paper for the "Dust Ruffle".
- Hot glue your Mattress together.
- Attach your posts to the corners of your mattress with hot glue. Then glue your canopy to the posts.
- Frankie usually has a candy accessory in her hair, so to match I cut and colored two candy shapes for the head and foot boards and attached them to the bed with hot glue. For the foot board I attached an extra piece of poster board do that the candy piece would pop off the bed and create a more 3d effect.
- Then I glued pieces of netting around the 4 corners of the bed and tied a bow around them which gave the bed a really nice touch.
- I used extra pieces of fabric and batting I had to make two pillows and a blanket.
Below are step by step pics on how I made the bed to get your creative juices flowing...
I assisted Scott Ramp(Scott Ramp : SPFX Make-Up Artist) at ScareLA this weekend at The Scream Team and Six Flags Magic Mountain Frightfest booths... Had so much fun and met some amazing people. Was able to do a quick Devil makeup on Scott's nephew, he was so cute! Got to hang out with Scott's model, Megan Albertus, she is one of Face Off's recurring models and is super sweet! And My ScareLA haul deserves a special thanks to Scott Ramp for gifting me a class kit with a Bloody Five Skin Illustrator Palette,Michael Spatola for reserving his Life and Death PPI Premiere Products Inc.Skin Illustrator Palettes for me, and to Cheynne De Boer at Dapper Do Rags for the cute head wear!
I am proud to announce that this Sunday May 17th @ 10am I will be joining The Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation for "Healing for the Homeless" in MacArthur Park. I, along with several other artists, will be helping to give the Homeless Mini Makeovers while their pets get groomed, vet checks, receive tick and flea treatments, and get updated on their shots. They will receive beard/hair trims and ladies will even get a little blush and lipstick applied! There will be a also be a meal and a pet supply bag provided for everyone who attends. This is such an amazing opportunity to be able to help the Homeless and their pets... and the foundation is still looking for volunteers! Even if you are not a makeup artist, hair stylist, or dog groomer, there are many other ways you can help! I am working directly with the lovely Ms Ayumi Iizuka , whom I had the pleasure of working with on the feature film "Search Engines". If anyone in the Los Angeles area is interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Ayumi her on Facebook and she will be more than happy to send you the info! Please visit The Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation website for more info on this event and their cause!