Jeff Zornow (34 Images)

Jeff Zornow
Jeff Zornow Jeff Zornow

Jeff Zornow is a comic book artist, t-shirt creator, album cover designer and writer. He works on Godzilla: Rulers of Earth, Grimm Fairy Tales and Full Moon amoung others. He is also big enthusiast of the kaiju and horror genres.

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Schell Sculpture Studio

Schell Sculpture Studio
Schell Sculpture Studio Schell Sculpture Studio

Schell Sculpture Studio specializes in creature and character design, props, prototypes for toys and model kits, general special effects work, and creature design classes.

Schell Sculpture Studio offers the finest creature and character design available anywhere. While the Studio has been providing concept art in the industry for over ten years, owner and head designer Jordu Schell has been in the film and television industry since 1987. His talent as a designer and sculptor is world renowned, and his credits include: “Avatar”, “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian”, “300”, “Hellboy”, “Aliens vs. Predator – Requiem”, “Men in Black”, “The Mist”, “Batman Returns”, “Edward Scissorhands”, “Alien: Resurrection”, “The X-Files Movie”, “Predator II”, “Galaxy Quest”, “Evolution”, “Babylon 5-The Series” (on which he designed an emmy award-winning creature make-up and the first fully digital creature for a television series), and many more.

Schell Sculpture Studio is a full service sculpture and design facility with a wealth of talent to match the need of any project. Our studio specializes in creature and character design, props, prototypes for toys and model kits, general special effects work, and creature design classes.
In: Masters, Props, Sculpture

Rob Bottin

Rob Bottin
Rob Bottin Rob Bottin

Robin R. Bottin (born April 1, 1959) is an American special make-up effects creator. Known for his collaborations with directors John Carpenter and Paul Verhoeven, Bottin worked with Carpenter on both The Fog and The Thing and with Verhoeven on RoboCop, Total Recall and Basic Instinct. His other film credits include Innerspace, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Fight Club.

Well respected in his field of prosthetic makeup (better known as special make-up effects), and described in 2013 as a "special effects genius", Bottin was nominated for an Oscar in 1987 for Best Makeup, and was awarded a Special Achievement Award at the 1991 Academy Awards. He has two BAFTA nominations, and won two Saturn Awards with five further nominations. ~Wikipedia
In: Makeup, Masters, Special FX

David Hartman (40 Images)

David Hartman
David Hartman David Hartman

A professional artist for over 15 years. I love all things horror and I love to draw monsters. I am in love with vibrant color and dark contrast. It allows my work to pop out to the viewer. I strive to achieve the same impact as old vintage horror posters and covers of Famous Monsters of Filmland respectively.

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Sid Haig

Sid Haig
Sid Haig Sid Haig

"What's the matter kid, don't you like clowns? Don't we make ya laugh? Aren't we fuckin' funny? You best come up with an answer because I'm gonna come back here and check on you and your mama... and if you ain't got a reason why you hate clowns, I'm gonna kill your whole fuckin' family."

The official website of the infamous Sid Haig of Spider Baby, House of 1000 Corpses, Devil's Rejects. Here you will find the latest news, music, videos, movies, events and much more.
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Mauricio Herrera (18 Images)

Mauricio Herrera
Mauricio Herrera Mauricio Herrera

Born in 1975 in La Serena, northern Chile. He has been working as an illustrator since the age of 19. He began publishing work for Visual Editions, creating Diablo, the first comic book in Chile to use computer coloring.

In 1999, Mauricio developed for TCG the stunning game Myths and Legends, a project which would land him the position of graphic editor. His task would include designing a unique visual style and assembling an amazing artistic team.

Since then he has done artwork for various projects and multiple companies, including work in the video game industry. Some of his work can be seen in titles such as God of War Chains of Olympus, Soul Calibur for TCG, Pathfinder.

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Joel Harlow

Joel Harlow
Joel Harlow Joel Harlow

Academy Award-winner Joel Harlow is one of the most innovative makeup and special makeup artists and designers in American motion pictures. Born in Grand Forks, North Dakota, Harlow’s passion to work on film began with his childhood viewing of the original 1933 “King Kong.” Moving to New York City at college age, he studied animation at the School of Visual Arts, but his true passion was special makeup effects. Harlow gained practical experience on such New York-based low budget horror and fantasy films as “The Toxic Avenger” (parts II and III) and “Basket Case 2". Harlow then moved westward to Los Angeles, where he worked for several makeup effects houses, finally landing in Steve Johnson’s XFC, Inc., where he remained for eight years as a makeup effects designer on a number of films.

Anxious to apply his skills on set, Harlow began working on such high profile films as “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” “Planet of the Apes,” “Constantine” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl,” creating a long-standing relationship with Johnny Depp, director Gore Verbinski and producer Jerry Bruckheimer. Harlow would be the key makeup artist, makeup effects supervisor, prosthetic makeup designer and special effects makeup supervisor on both “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End,” again directed by Verbinski, and then makeup department head on “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” directed by Rob Marshall.

Harlow shared an Academy Award with fellow makeup artists Barney Burman and Mindy Hall on JJ Abrams’ “Star Trek” in 2010. Earlier, Harlow won a Critic’s Choice award for his work on "Alice in Wonderland," as well as Primetime Emmy Awards for the television miniseries versions of Stephen King’s “The Stand” and “The Shining,” and received nominations for “Mad Men,” “Carnivale” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”

Most recently, Harlow worked as Johnny Depp’s makeup artist on “Alice in Wonderland,” “The Tourist,” “The Rum Diary,” “Dark Shadows” and “The Lone Ranger,” another Gore Verbinski/Jerry Bruckheimer production, for which he was also makeup department head. Additionally, he was key makeup artist on Ron Howard’s “Angels & Demons,” key prosthetic makeup artist for Christopher Nolan’s “Inception” and “Green Lantern” and makeup department head on “Battle: Los Angeles.”

Harlow’s company, Joel Harlow Designs, creates a full range of state-ofthe- art makeup, special makeup effects and prosthetics, from lab to set.
In: Makeup, Masters, Sculpture, Special FX

Tippett Studio

Tippett Studio
Tippett Studio Tippett Studio

Tippett Studio provides visual effects services for film, television, commercials, games, print advertising, and special venues.

The success of Tippett Studio is a product of its talented and dedicated crew of artists, producers, programmers, support staff and infrastructure personnel. It’s a priority for us to maintain an atmosphere that encourages effective collaborative teams working as democratically as possible, always with the goal of creating great work for the client filmmakers.
In: Masters, Special FX
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