“I absolutely love this look,” says Bishop, “because you want to accentuate the flaws of the skin as opposed to covering them. Look for things like undereye circles, uneven skin, etc. and add to them and make them darker. This will keep your look more realistic. Also, create a story for your zombie. The look will be more believable if you create a back-story for how your zombie died, or what he/she did before they were a zombie and work that into your look.”
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Comic-Con, held annually in San Diego for over 40 years, started off about comic books but for the past few years it has evolved into a new source for movies, television, video games, toys, and of course, the costumes.
The range of characters and attention to detail is mind blowing. Characters from movies often…Read More