Using Fibreglass-Part 3

Fibreglassing video part 3 is up and running at last!

My apologies for the loooong delay between parts 2 and 3.  It has been a busy year – as you may know I still work as a makeup effects bod, fitting the blog and videos into any (ahem!) ‘spare’ time. 

Well, there has been precious little of that – for ‘spare time’, read ‘even less sleep than usual’.  Sob sob, break out the mini violins. 

Anyhow, the video is up, there is a bumper edition of notes to go along with this video as usual which are free to download right now!

So please watch the video, and if you have any questions then as always, drop me a comment below, or email me direct at mail@learnprostheticmakeup.com.

Don’t forget – your part 3 workbook is here to download now.

Workshop news – there are a couple of new workshops coming up at Charles Fox in Covent Garden, London.  News and dates announced soon!

Thanks!

PS.  I had such a high spam volume (I deleted over 1000 messages of indecipherable nonsense about Ugg boots, mesh implants, Viagra and iPads) that I have set the comments to registered users only. 

So, if you are keen on leaving comments, I’m afraid I must steal a few seconds of your life while you fill out the fields to register.

Stuart

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6 Responses to Using Fibreglass-Part 3

  1. Kathie says:

    Perfect for what I’m doing!! Thanks so much for your expert demo!

  2. Steve Chavez says:

    I think your videos are clean and straight to the point no frilly conversation.
    Do you have any videos on creating multiple life sized fiberglass figures?

  3. I’ve just been watching your tutorials, they are very informative, thank you. I’ve been subscribed to the San Winston school for quite a while now and you’ve shown tips and tricks that they never pointed out so I’ll definitely be using them in the future.
    do you happen to sell silicone by any chance or do you know of a place that is reasonably priced as its worth its weight in gold in some places, many thanks.

  4. michael says:

    I’ve just been watching your tutorials, they are very informative, thank you. I’ve been subscribed to the San Winston school for quite a while now and you’ve shown tips and tricks that they never pointed out so I’ll definitely be using them in the future.
    do you happen to sell silicone by any chance or do you know of a place that is reasonably priced as its worth its weight in gold in some places, many thanks

    • Stuart says:

      Silicone is an expensive material. It depends on your location in relation to the supplier which will up the cost with regards to transporting and local taxes/shipping etc. Platsil Gel 10 is madde by Polytek so check a few suppliers and compare. BITY (Brick In The Yard) in Texas are a good company to check out for US orders. Mouldlife and Neills materals in the UK and Europe. Smooth On have many places all over the world.

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