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Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Re: Frozen Dead Guy

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  • Sylvia Rognstad
    The problem is that I m not sure what I should be trying to look like. it s kind of just a fantasy dead person. The real frozen dead guy is on ice in a tuff
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 29, 2008
      The problem is that I'm not sure what I should be trying to look like.
      it's kind of just a fantasy dead person. The real frozen dead guy is
      on ice in a tuff shed. I have no idea what such a corpse looks like.
      So I'm thinking of someone with ice and snow crystals on the face and
      maybe icicles hanging from the hair. I don't know what the clothing
      should look like and I doubt I will even try to go that far. This is
      just for fun anyhow. Not the stage. I ordered one of those Ice FX
      kits today and thanks very much to Lisa S. for suggesting it. Looks
      like a good product.


      On Feb 25, 2008, at 11:32 AM, Curtis wrote:

      > --- In TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com, Sylvia Rognstad
      > <sylvia@...> wrote:
      > >
      > > queen. I'm looking for make up suggestions for looking dead. Make-up
      > > has never been my area of costuming expertise.
      > Pale foundation, maybe with a bluish tinge to it, as you're supposed
      > to be frozen...Ben Nye's 'Blue Spirit' foundation color is kind of
      > what I'm thinking. Do your shading and contouring in blue, personally
      > I'd go for something with a little bit of a glimmer to it because I
      > tend to think of such things in terms of a little glamorous look, but
      > you could use matte colors for a more realistic feel. Highlights in
      > white. Go for a kind of gaunt look, it will give you that kind of
      > 'freeze-dried' effect (deep hollows in the cheeks, in the eyesockets,
      > at the temples, down the throat, etc). If your eyes will tolerate
      > them (as well as your budget), you might also look at some white
      > contacts...I don't know what happens to the color of your eyes when
      > you die, but whiting out the iris adds an unsettling effect (which is
      > why it's commonly used in a lot of zombie films). Alternately, if you
      > find someone that can customize colors for you, a good ice blue would
      > fit the color scheme.
      > I'd need more information about just what you're doing for a costume
      > before I'd offer suggestions about hair, etc...And this is only one
      > idea for makeup, if you have a really imaginative concept for the
      > frozen dead guy (as in how he froze, or who he was before freezing),
      > there are a lot of things that could change.

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