Creative Workshop

Contribute. Experience. Try it.

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.

 
 

Programme 28 + 29 March 2015

UhrzeitThemaMake-up Artist
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

 
 

2 and a half D

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.

 
 

Character design – golden opportunity

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.

 
 

Watch out, Camera!

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!“.