Under this motto, speakers invite you to the Creative Workshop. Under their guidance, you can try out materials or get to know areas of the make-up artist craft that are not part of your own daily business.
|10.30 am – 12.30 pm||Watch out, Camera!
Tipps and tricks for make-up
|Diana Galante, Düsseldorf|
|12.30 pm – 2.30 pm||2 and a half D
2D transfer techniques with 3D elements
|Neill Gorton, London|
|2.30 pm – 4.30 pm||Character design – golden opportunity
Modeling striking heads
|Jan Ptassek, Köln|
Photo: Messe Düsseldorf
Fans of the film business can look forward to Neill Gorton. He has worked together with leading directors and actors/actresses in Hollywood productions and is well-known for his prosthetics, special effects and animatronics, for which he has already received numerous awards. This workshop will incorporate 2D transfer techniques with 3D elements, a new and exciting way of creating casualty effects quickly and simply, that work perfectly for camera.
Photos: Jan Ptassek
While modelling with sculptor Jan Ptassek, there are no limits to your imagination. Under the motto “Character design – golden opportunity“, character heads are created from unusual models. The pictures here show step by step what can be made, for example, from a piece of chewing gum stuck to the pavement.
Photo: Florian Sommet
A part of many make-up artists‘ day-to-day business is to take care of the make-up for film, television or photographs. Here it is important to present moderators, politicians, talk show guests, show stars and other personalities as expressively and advantageously as possible. Make-up artist Diana Galante shows tips and tricks for professional make-up on the topic of “Watch out, Camera!“.