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Stage Makeup

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Edition:
9th
ISBN13:

9780136061533

ISBN10:
0136061532
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2001
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon

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Summary

Widely referred to as the "bible of stage makeup," the timely revision of this classic text addresses principles and techniques in the use of makeup for the contemporary performer.This extensive exploration of the application and use of stage makeup, and makeup for a variety of performance venues, covers all aspects in detail and contains over 400 photographs, drawings, and diagrams demonstrating step-by-step procedures. Thoroughly updated and revised, this classic text remains accurate and comprehensive, providing information from which all readers - whether students to the field or seasoned, professional makeup artists - will benefit.For anyone involved in the Makeup of theatre, dance or stage productions.

Table of Contents

Dedication vii
Mitchell Ericson
Foreword ix
Hal Holbrook
Preface xi
Acknowledgments xi
Introduction xiii
Uta Hagen
Illustrations
xv
Part 1 Basic Principles
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)
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)
Color in Pigment
10(3)
Characteristics of Color
10(2)
Color Mixing
12(1)
Problems
12(1)
A System for Designating Makeup Colors
13(3)
Organizing the Colors
13(1)
The Makeup-Color Tables
14(1)
Color Mixing
14(1)
Problems
14(2)
Lighting and Makeup
16(4)
Color in Light
16(1)
Light on Pigment
16(2)
Direction of Light
18(1)
Problems
19(1)
Part 2 Planning the Makeup
Relating the Makeup to the Character
20(9)
Character Analysis
20(1)
Heredity
21(1)
Race
21(1)
Environment
21(1)
Temperament
22(1)
Health
23(1)
Age
24(2)
Physiognomy
26(2)
Problems
28(1)
Designing the Makeup
29(13)
The Makeup Designer
29(1)
The Actor as Designer
30(1)
Costume Designer's Influence on the Makeup Design
30(1)
Sketches and Drawings
30(2)
Adapting the Makeup to the Actor
32(1)
Quick Changes
33(1)
Working Drawings
33(2)
Worksheets
35(6)
Problems
41(1)
Part 3 Applying the Makeup
Makeup Equipment
42(9)
The Makeup Kit
42(2)
The Makeup Room
44(3)
The Makeup Workshop
47(1)
The Makeup Morgue
48(2)
Problem
50(1)
Applying Makeup
51(12)
Liquid Makeup
51(1)
Creme Makeup
51(3)
Face Powder
54(1)
Cake Makeup
55(2)
Dry Makeup
57(1)
Mascara
57(1)
Concealers
58(1)
Lip Color
58(1)
Appliance Makeup
59(1)
Airbrush Cosmetics
59(2)
Mixed Techniques
61(2)
Corrective Makeup
63(14)
The Foundation
63(1)
Facial Analysis
64(1)
Forehead
64(1)
Nose
64(1)
Jawline and Chin
65(1)
Wrinkles
65(1)
Eyes
65(1)
Eyeshadow
65(5)
Eyebrows
70(1)
Cheeks
71(2)
Lips
73(3)
Neck
76(1)
Teeth
76(1)
Hair
76(1)
Problems
76(1)
Stippling
77(5)
Stippling with Sponges
77(1)
Stippling with Brushes
78(1)
Stippling for Texture
78(2)
Stippling to Reduce Contrasts
80(1)
Stippling to Add Color
80(1)
Stippling to Conceal Edges
81(1)
Modeling with Highlights and Shadows
82(53)
Modeling Hard and Soft Edges
82(1)
Modeling the Face and Neck
83(4)
Foundation Colors
87(1)
Highlight Colors
87(1)
Shadow Colors
88(1)
Forehead
88(6)
Eyes
94(7)
Eyebrows
101(6)
Nose
107(3)
Cheeks
110(1)
Nasolabral Folds
111(6)
Jawline
117(5)
Mouth and Chin
122(3)
Neck
125(1)
Hands
126(3)
Teeth
129(1)
Reshaping the Face
130(1)
Bringing the Makeup to Life
131(3)
Problems
134(1)
Three-Dimensional Makeup
135(30)
Nose Putty
135(2)
Derma Wax
137(4)
Putty-Wax
141(1)
Silicone Putty
142(1)
Gelatin
143(1)
Latex
143(1)
Plastic Film
144(1)
Old Age Stipple
144(1)
Latex and Tissue
145(1)
Spirit Gum, Tissue, and Latex
146(1)
Latex, Cotton, and Spirit Gum
147(1)
Cornmeal, Wheat Germ, or Bran with Latex and Spirit Gum
147(3)
Special Constructions
150(14)
Problems
164(1)
Prosthetic Makeup
165(47)
Dick Smith
Matthew Mungle
John McFall
Casting for Prosthetics
165(7)
Prosthetic Pieces
172(6)
Application of Prosthetic Pieces
178(1)
Foam Latex
179(14)
Painting Foam Latex
193(1)
Cold-Foam Process
194(1)
Silicone Foam
194(1)
Foam Gelatin
194(1)
Teeth
194(4)
Advanced Mold Making
198(2)
Making a Gelatin Wrap-around Appliance
200(4)
Silicones
204(6)
Problems
210(2)
Beards and Mustaches
212(18)
Crepe Hair
212(1)
Preparation of Crepe Hair
212(1)
Mixing Colors
213(1)
Application of Crepe Hair
214(3)
Beard Stubble
217(1)
Eyebrows
218(1)
Ventilated Pieces
219(1)
Construction of Ventilated Pieces
220(6)
Application of Ventilated Pieces
226(1)
Dressing Ventilated Pieces
227(1)
Removing and Cleaning Ventilated Pieces
228(1)
Adapting Beards
228(1)
Problems
229(1)
Hair and Wigs
230(13)
Amanda French
Natural Hair
230(2)
Wigs and Hairpieces
232(2)
Measuring for Wigs
234(1)
Selecting Wigs
235(1)
Styling Wigs
235(1)
Falls and Chignons
235(1)
Cleaning Wigs
236(1)
Adding a Natural Hairline
236(2)
Putting on and Securing a Wig
238(4)
Removing the Wig
242(1)
Problems
242(1)
Creating a Likeness
243(14)
Woodrow Wilson
244(1)
Mark Twain
245(8)
Stalin and Trotsky
253(1)
The Mad Hatter
253(3)
Problems
256(1)
Natural Makeup for Film and Television
257(9)
Joe Rossi
Tobi Britton
Film
257(1)
Television/Video
258(1)
Choosing a Foundation
258(2)
Natural Makeup for the Female Performer
260(3)
Makeup for the Male Performer
263(1)
Working with a Makeup Artist
264(1)
Conclusion
265(1)
Problems
265(1)
Makeup for Darker Skin Tones
266(9)
Marietta Carter-Narcisse
Tobi Brittain
Determining Undertones
267(1)
Choosing a Foundation
268(1)
Concealers, Highlighters, and Neutralizers
269(1)
Contouring
270(1)
Powder
270(1)
Blush
270(1)
Eye Shadow
270(1)
Lip Color
270(1)
Adhesives
271(1)
Lighting
271(1)
Skin Types and Skin Conditions
271(1)
The Basic Makeup Kit
272(2)
Problems
274(1)
Nonrealistic Makeup
275(148)
Nonrealistic Styles
275(3)
Nonrealistic and Nonhuman Characters
278(7)
Problems
285(2)
Part 4 The Appendices
Appendix A Makeup Materials
287(24)
Appendix B Sources of Makeup Materials
311(6)
Appendix C Contents of a Professional Makeup Kit
317(4)
Appendix D Health and Safety
321(6)
Monona Rossol
Appendix E Fashions in Makeup
327(8)
Ancient Peoples
327(1)
The Middle Ages
327(1)
The Sixteenth Century
328(1)
The Seventeenth Century
328(1)
The Eighteenth Century
329(1)
The Nineteenth Century
330(1)
The Twentieth Century
331(4)
Appendix F Fashions in Hair
335(46)
Appendix G Makeups in Color
381(24)
Appendix H Makeup Color Charts
405(8)
Appendix I Makeup Color Tables
413(10)
Conclusion 423(2)
Index 425


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