Witch Prosthetic For an 11 Year Old Daughter

This is a Witch Prosthetic for my 11 year old daughter. It was sculpted in Monster Clay and cast with Gelatin that I made based on a recipe from Matthew Mungle. This is a make up test application that I did. She’s only in the prosthetic in this video, not her costume. We went to the Halloween store afterward and then to Target and she had all kinds of people looking uncomfortable. :)

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  1. McGee,

    1. That is absolutely phenomenal makeup work, and….

    2. Those are awesome parents. Hope that kid knows how lucky she is.

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  2. Mike K,

    That’s too awesome. Doubly so for being home-made.

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  3. Ninabi,

    I would love to see how the prosthetic was created and applied. This is fantastic!

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    • MrB,

      This is beyond incredible! The craftsmanship is amazing. I am 100% with Ninabi – and would love to see how this was done. Hat’s off to Chris on a job that blows me away along with a daughter who has some serious acting chops! :)

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  4. Hello, my name is Mary Silva and I am the wife of the artist, Bryan Silva, and mother to the beautiful face hidden behind the make up. I appreciate Chris posting this for my husband, however he is not the artist. My husband and I applied this prosthetic and make up to our daughter on Oct. 28th as a test run for Halloween night. This prosthetic was the ‘face’ of her Halloween costume. We will soon be doing another application so that we can get some nice shots and video of her out in public with people’s reactions. We did take her to Target after taking the above video, but we did not bring the camera along. :( It was thoroughly entertaining to see how uncomfortable she made some people! There was one gentleman in particular that we kept running into, which was hilarious because he started running down isles to get away from us when he saw us coming!!!
    Thank you all for your kind words and support, and especially Chris for sharing our video! Our daughter truly loves the attention it’s receiving! Much more to come….

    To view in progress shots of the application process, please visit:
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.3825200990263.2145162.1284922216&type=1

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