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Stage Makeup

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Edition:
8th
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9780138405397

ISBN10:
0138405395
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
2/1/1990
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
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Summary

This is the standard text on stage makeup that discusses the types of makeup and how to apply it.

Table of Contents

ILLUSTRATIONS
vii(6)
FOREWORD xiii(2)
Hal Holbrook
PREFACE Acknowledgments xv(2)
INTRODUCTION xvii
Uta Hagen
Part 1 BASIC PRINCIPLES 1(18)
Chapter 1 FACIAL ANATOMY
1(5)
Bones of the Face
1(1)
Construction of a Head
2(1)
Modeling a Head in Clay
3(2)
Problems
5(1)
Chapter 2 LIGHT AND SHADE
6(4)
Flat and Curved Surfaces
7(1)
Hard and Soft Edges
7(1)
Drawing with Highlights and Shadows
8(1)
Problems
9(1)
Chapter 3 COLOR IN PIGMENT
10(3)
Characteristics of Color
10(2)
Color Mixing
12(1)
Problems
12(1)
Chapter 4 A SYSTEM FOR DESIGNATING MAKEUP COLORS
13(3)
Organizing the Colors
13(1)
The Makeup-Color Tables
14(1)
Color Mixing
14(1)
Problems
15(1)
Chapter 5 LIGHTING AND MAKEUP
16(3)
Color in Light
16(1)
Light on Pigment
16(1)
Direction of Light
17(1)
Problems
18(1)
Part 2 PLANNING THE MAKEUP 19(19)
Chapter 6 RELATING THE MAKEUP TO THE CHARACTER
19(8)
Finding Out about the Character
19(1)
Visualizing the Character
19(1)
Genetics
19(1)
Environment
20(1)
Health
20(1)
Disfigurements
20(1)
Fashion
21(1)
Age
21(1)
Personality
22(5)
Chapter 7 DESIGNING THE MAKEUP
27(11)
The Makeup Designer
27(1)
The Actor as Designer
28(1)
Sketches and Drawings
28(2)
Preliminary Sketches
30(1)
Adapting the Makeup to the Actor
30(2)
Quick Changes
32(1)
Working Drawings
32(5)
Worksheets
37(1)
Problems
37(1)
Part 3 APPLYING THE MAKEUP 38(247)
Chapter 8 MAKEUP EQUIPMENT
38(8)
The Makeup Kit
38(2)
The Makeup Room
40(2)
The Makeup Workshop
42(1)
The Makeup Morgue
43(2)
Problem
45(1)
Chapter 9 APPLYING VARIOUS TYPES OF MAKEUP
46(5)
Cake Makeup
46(1)
Dry Makeup
47(1)
Creme Makeup
48(1)
Greasepaint
49(1)
Mixed Techniques
50(1)
Chapter 10 CORRECTIVE MAKEUP
51(14)
The Foundation
51(1)
Facial Analysis
52(1)
Forehead
52(1)
Nose
52(1)
Jaw Line and Chin
53(1)
Wrinkles
53(1)
Eyes
54(3)
Eyebrows
57(1)
Cheeks
58(1)
Lips
59(2)
Neck
61(1)
Teeth
62(1)
Hair
63(1)
Problems
64(1)
Chapter 11 STIPPLING
65(4)
Stippling with Sponges
65(1)
Stippling with Brushes
66(1)
Stippling for Texture
66(1)
Stippling to Reduce Contrasts
67(1)
Stippling to Add Color
68(1)
Stippling to Conceal Edges
68(1)
Chapter 12 MODELING WITH HIGHLIGHTS AND SHADOWS
69(66)
Modeling Hard and Soft Edges
69(1)
Modeling the Face and the Neck with Highlights and Shadows
70(4)
Foundation Colors
74(1)
Highlight Colors
74(1)
Shadow Colors
75(1)
Area 1: Forehead
75(6)
Area 2: Eyes
81(3)
Eye Pouches
84(7)
Oriental Eyes
91(2)
Eyebrows
93(8)
Area 3: Nose
101(4)
Area 4: Cheeks
105(1)
Nasolabial Folds
106(6)
Jaw Line
112(6)
Area 5: Mouth and Chin
118(5)
Neck
123(1)
Hands
124(4)
Teeth
128(1)
Reshaping the Face
129(4)
Bringing the Makeup to Life
133(1)
Problems
134(1)
Chapter 13 THREE-DIMENSIONAL MAKEUP
135(37)
Nose Putty
135(6)
Derma Wax
141(4)
Putty-Wax
145(1)
Gelatine
145(1)
Latex
146(1)
Plastic Film
147(1)
Latex and Tissue
148(1)
Spirit Gum, Tissue, and Latex
149(1)
Latex, Cotton, and Spirit Gum
149(3)
Cornmeal, Wheat Germ, or Bran with Latex and Spirit Gum
152(1)
Tissue and Honey
152(2)
Tissue and Spirit Gum
154(1)
Special Constructions
155(16)
Problems
171(1)
Chapter 14 PROSTHETIC MAKEUP
172(33)
Casting for Prosthesis
172(9)
Prosthetic Pieces
181(6)
Application of Prosthetic Pieces
187(3)
Foamed Latex
190(11)
Cold-Foam Process
201(1)
Teeth
202(2)
Problems
204(1)
Chapter 15 BEARDS AND MUSTACHES
205(18)
Crepe Hair
205(1)
Preparation of Crepe Hair
205(1)
Mixing Colors
206(1)
Application of Crepe Hair
206(4)
Beard Stubble
210(1)
Beard Shadow
211(1)
Eyebrows
212(1)
Ventilated Pieces
212(1)
Construction of Ventilated Pieces
212(7)
Application of Ventilated Pieces
219(1)
Dressing Ventilated Pieces
219(1)
Removing and Cleaning Ventilated Pieces
220(1)
Measuring for Beards
220(1)
Adapting Beards
220(2)
Problems
222(1)
Chapter 16 HAIR AND WIGS
223(26)
Natural Hair
223(1)
Blocking out the Hairline
224(2)
Soaping out the Hair
226(5)
Wigs and Hairpieces
231(2)
Period Hair Styles
233(1)
Constructing the Wig
234(1)
Ventilating
235(1)
Weaving
236(3)
Mixing Hair
239(1)
Crimping Hair
239(1)
Remodeling the Wig Cap
239(1)
Blenders
240(1)
Bald Wigs
240(1)
Toupees and Sideburns
240(2)
Falls
242(1)
Braids
243(1)
Dressing the Wig
244(1)
Wearing the Wig
244(1)
Care of the Wig
245(1)
Renting or Buying Wigs
245(1)
Measuring for Wigs
246(1)
Adapting Wigs
246(2)
Problems
248(1)
Chapter 17 CREATING A LIKENESS
249(14)
Woodrow Wilson
250(1)
Mark Twain
251(8)
Stalin and Trotsky
259(1)
The Mad Hatter
259(3)
Problems
262(1)
Chapter 18 NONREALISTIC MAKEUP
263(12)
Nonrealistic Styles
263(2)
Nonrealistic and Nonhuman Characters
265(9)
Problems
274(1)
Chapter 19 QUICK-CHANGE MAKEUPS
275(5)
Organizing the Quick Change
275(2)
Onstage Changes
277(1)
Double Makeups
277(3)
Chapter 20 SEX REVERSALS
280(5)
Men as Women
280(1)
Women as Men
280(4)
Planning the Makeup
284(1)
Part 4 THE APPENDICES 285(122)
Appendix A MAKEUP MATERIALS
285(22)
Appendix B SOURCES OF MAKEUP MATERIALS
307(2)
Appendix C A MAKEUP WORKSHOP
309(2)
Appendix D A BASIC MAKEUP KIT
311(2)
Appendix E RACIAL TRAITS
313(4)
Appendix F FASHIONS IN MAKEUP
317(8)
Ancient Peoples
317(1)
The Middle Ages
317(1)
The Sixteenth Century
318(1)
The Seventeenth Century
318(1)
The Eighteenth Century
319(1)
The Nineteenth Century
320(1)
The Twentieth Century
321(4)
Appendix G FASHIONS IN HAIR
325(42)
Appendix H MAKEUPS IN COLOR
367(15)
Appendix I MAKEUP-COLOR CHARTS
382(9)
Appendix J MAKEUP-COLOR TABLES
391(16)
INDEX 407


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