Double the size of our best selling set bag, "The Judy". Handmade in the UK using heavy duty materials. Fitted with 6 internal pockets and an external tissue pocket. Detachable...
Pigs Might Fly Blood by Nick Dudman is a washable, fake blood that can easily and safely removed from skin, and a broad range of materials and surfaces, without the...
Can be used to create various different stipple effects. From broken thread veins to stubble. Can be reused after cleaning.
99.9% isopropyl alcohol also known as IPA. Used by make up artists with many SFX products and the activation of speciality palettes from Reels, Skin Illustrator, BluebirdFX & Stacolors, also...
This year we were honoured to have the outstandingly talented Ida Welle join us for 2019's IMAT's London. A graduate from Theatrical Make-up for TV and Film, and Special Effects Make-up studies in Poland and Norway, Ida has acquired 9 years' experience in the make-up industry, working on a variety of different artistry styles from commercial, film and theatre work, to more avant-garde work within stage, events and art-films.
Ida, (along with the dream team she assembled) created a completely unique character which she was kind enough to tell us about below!
As you probably know, the makeup application is only the final step in a very long process, from the design element, sculpting, moulding, prepaint, costume... etc. etc. It takes a long old time to create a character makeup. But what if that process was between two makeup artists...working from different sides of the globe! Well, that is exactly how Rhino Cop came to fruition. The brain child of makeup artists James Olney and Ed Yates, Rhino Cop was designed and created by these two crazy kids transcontinentally! With Ed lvining in Australia and James here in good old Blitey.
So we asked the overly talented pair if they would be kind enough to tell us more about their Rhino Cop and the process behind the makeup.
We first met James at this years IMATS convention. Browsing the IMATS Makeup Museum we came across the most adorable sculpture of a monkey in a space suit (Which you can check out on HERE), whilst admiring this sculpture we were approached by the artist himself. No points for guessing that it was James Olney, AKA Ripped from the Crypt. it didn't take long before we realised how talented, passionate and very sweet James was.
We were lucky enough to host his very first demo at this years United Makeup Artist's Expo. James, although new to the makeup scene is humble and genuine, we expect big things. (no pressure James!)
You can read all about the concept, design, construction and application of James's makeup below!