Zombie Apocalypse?

The flesh-hungry undead have been a fixture of world mythology dating at least since The Epic of Gilgamesh, in which the goddess Ishtar promises:

I will knock down the Gates of the Netherworld, 

I will smash the door posts, and leave the doors flat down,

and will let the dead go up to eat the living!

And the dead will outnumber the living!

THEAR 044 Makeup for Stage & Screen

West Valley College THEAR 044 Makeup for Stage & Screen

3 units Acceptable for credit: University of CaliforniaCalifornia State University

This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic techniques and materials of stage and cinematic makeup. The student has the opportunity to gain an understanding of the process through actual makeup application in the classroom environment.

This course provides the analysis and dramatization of acting techniques necessary for performance of the Presentational American Theatre (1980-Present). Students participate in rehearsal and regularly scheduled performances.

 

 

 

THEAR 044 Makeup for Stage & Screen

ART 57 CG texture artist, Jon Butruce with THEAR 44 makeup artist, Amber Mostipak

Folklore about revenants and vampires, rotting corpses that would rise from the dead and consume the living, has existed for centuries. Undead creatures in Norse mythology include the draugr, which is a reanimated corpse that roams outside of its grave to attack, eat, and infect the living. A human that is killed by a draugr is destined to become a draugr, as evident in the Eyrbyggja Saga when a shepherd is killed by a draugr.

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