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Blood, Guts, and Gore!

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Learn how to create theatre special effects such as various stages of bruising, cuts, bullet wounds, burn effects, broken limbs, a severed neck, blood in its various viscosities, and much more!  Can be used for career advancement (helping aspiring and current makeup artists develop their portfolio and skills on creating special effects makeup on movie sets) or for personal use (such as Halloween makeup). 

No prerequisite required.  A list of items to bring to class will be included in your registration confirmation.

Class Details

5 Sessions
Weekly - Sun

Health Science Room 202

Christine Stahl-Steinkamp 



Please read:  Plus $15 material fee, payable to Instructor. There is no prerequisite for this class. A material list will be include your registration confirmation. PLEASE PURCHASE the Ben Nye Makeup Kit (cream) prior to start of class (needs to match your skin tone). Included in kit: white latex sponges, liner pencils, wax, highlight & shadow colors, spirit gum, black stipple sponge, blood, latex, foundations, brushes, powder puff, bruise wheel, hair gray, capillary stipple, etc. Approximate cost of kit is $60 and can be purchased online at OTHER NEEDED SUPPLIES, which must be purchased separately: ridged collodium, thick blood, red lip pencil, gel effects, scar making material, nude ivory panstick, no color powder, latex. SUPPLIES NEEDED IF YOU WANT TO CREATE A VARIETY OF EFFECTS: cotton, puffed rice, bran flakes, instant coffee, raw sugar, small rubber worms or small amounts of cooked rice, clear fishing line or black thread, surgical tape or bandages, castor oil, eyeballs, fangs, thick razor or knife.

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Schedule Information

Skip dates: (No class on 09/01/2019)

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
8/11/2019 - 9/15/2019 Weekly -Sun 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Norwalk, Health Science Room 202  Map, Room: Health Science Room 202 Christine Stahl-Steinkamp