Learn Special F/X Makeup Techniques with Jonah Levy this weekend!

April 5, 2011

This Sunday from 12:15 – 1:15 PM at IMATS New York, TEMPTU PRO will be hosting a Special F/X Class taught by zombie master Jonah Levy

Jonah will be using airbrush and traditional techniques to create various special make-up effects.  Using TEMPTU PRO’s Dura Palettes, Inks, and S/B line, he will demonstrate techniques to Read the rest of this entry »


Create realistic cuts and gashes with TEMPTU PRO

October 13, 2010

When creating Special F/X, whether it be for a Halloween costume or for film, knowing how to create realistic cuts and gashes can really come in handy.  In the spirit of the most gory holiday of the year, we would like to share with you how to create cuts and gashes so real looking you’ll be able to fool everyone.

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Syfy Network’s New Special FX MUA Competitve Reality Show!

September 10, 2010

 

Great news for all you Special FX MUA’s out there who are looking for your next big break!

Syfy Network is searching for the next great Special FX Make-up Artist for their new competitve reality show called FACE OFF.

The grand prize is $100,000!

Open call auditions will be held in Florida, Saturday September 11th – Check out the flyer for more details

If you think you are what they are looking for, make sure you get out to the open call audition and show them your skills! It’s a great opportunity to launch your career, not to mention all that cash!

For details and a contestant application email: FaceOFFLosAngeles@gmail.com

Good Luck!


Local 706 Inaugural Craft Meeting of 2010

March 26, 2010

TEMPTU LA was thrilled to be the guest presenter of Local 706’s Makeup Union Craft Meeting at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Temptu LA’s Laura Reynolds and Ava Scanlan presented to a crowd of film and television makeup artists. Laura Reynolds did a beauty demo of airbrush makeup for the hi definition age and special guest and newcomer to the Local 706 was Brian Kinney who demonstrated a tattoo cover up and a branding scar using TEMPTU PRO Palettes.

TEMPTU was proud to be there presenting along the best in the field. John Goodwin, Local 706 Craft President & legendary film and television makeup veteran who has done makeup and special effects from films including John Carpenter’s The Thing, Legend and Men in Black, demonstrated a third degree cut. Local 706 member Terry Densen demonstrated her brand new product Ingrown Hair Solution, said to be an insider secret – better than NuSkin and other products on the market. She recently began selling the product at Nigel’s. Remember, you heard it here first!


Check out the Temptu Pro Special F/X class

December 11, 2009

Temptu Pro was very excited to finally hold our first Special F/X class in the New York Showroom. Lead by makeup artist, Jonah Levy, the class went over simple cuts and bruises and then progressed to a full on zombie makeup demonstration. We had such a great response that we will be announcing more dates for next year, so keep checking TemptuPro.com.

Shannon, Temptu Pro

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Burned Never Looked Better

October 3, 2009

IMG_3765Ouch!  ABC new flagship series, Flash Forward, premiered last week showcasing dozens of injuries, burns, abrasions, lacerations etc. all created by Master Fx Studio artists.   Read the rest of this entry »


Nurse Jackie: Spotlighting the Pros

June 16, 2009

47369363To much success, Showtime just launched the new dramedy series, Nurse Jackie, starring Eddie Falco.   The show depicts a very compent but self medicating ER nurse.   Of course with the backdrop of a hospital, special effects are not far behind.   Temptu had the chance to sit down with the makeup FX designer, Vincent Schicchi as he commented on his favorite Temptu Dura Pro Palettes:

“I’ve enjoyed the Frozen Palette:  frozen, frost, deep bruise, and gangrene are great for many different “dead” looks.   The Grease and Grime palette is also extemely useful. I’ve used it many times to simulate all sorts of dirt. The colors are very accurate, and it has a very varied assortment, including one of my favorites, rust. I find that the grease color is perfect for any industrial look and the mud and marsh are great”

Thanks Vincent!  We’ll be watching and looking for these great effects!