Thank you so hard to everyone who tuned in for episode one - all of you who subscribed, rated the show, sent in feedback, and told friends - double thank you. Big time. Bigly.
This episode was a hoot to record. Herein I talk to my old friend Adam Bailey, makeup artist for stage, film, and TV, and out-and-out Southern gentleman.
Adam has done a prosthetic nose for Samuel L Jackson, worked on music videos for John Legend and MGMT, and realized sculptural work for fine artists. He's been working in makeup for 20 years and it shows. Not in his face. In his experience.
In this episode we get into it about all kinds of latex, foam rubber, release agent, blood effects, vinyl, Dick Smith, John Landis, the HD/UHD transition, working with the post FX departments, contact lenses, teeth, gore, pyro, and a lot more. Adam is a fun guy who makes makeup sound like play.
After we recorded this episode, I visited Adam's studio and he made a cast of my face. It was an experience. Please enjoy the pictures below.
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