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Some articles on makeup, makeup effects, effects:

The Incredible Melting Man
... Makeup artist Rick Baker provided the gory makeup effects for the film ... He originally created four distinct stages of makeup design so the antagonist would appear to gradually melt, but the stages were ultimately cut from the final ... critical reviews complimented Baker's makeup effects ...
Taso N. Stavrakis
... Stavrakis assisted with stunts and special makeup effects on several seminal 1980s horror productions, including the original Friday the 13th, in which he ... role as his friend Savini had declined to create the film's makeup effects ... He instead took an opportunity to create special makeup effects for He Knows You're Alone, an early thriller by Armand Mastroianni (and incidentally Tom Hanks's first feature film), with whom ...
Mark Rappaport (creature Effects Artist) - Filmography
2010) (animatronic horses) Shutter Island (2009) (blood effects) Dance Flick (2009) (makeup effects and animatronic effects) Don't Look Up (2009) (makeup effects and ...
Chris Walas - Filmographies - Make-up
1995 Jade special makeup effects Virtuosity special makeup effects 1989 Tales from the Crypt "The Switch" special makeup effects 1985 Enemy Mine special makeup effects 1984 Gremlins special makeup ...
Legend (film) - Production - Makeup Effects
... Scott contacted Rob Bottin, who designed the special makeup effects for The Howling, about working on Blade Runner, but Bottin was already committed to John Carpenter's The Thing ... The process would involve complicated prosthetic makeup that would be worn for up to 60 days with some full body prosthetics ... According to Bottin, at the time, Legend had the largest makeup crew ever dedicated to one project ...

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