Yeah, I know that I am a little late on posting, but Grimm is back! Two episodes have already aired and the creatures look amazing.
When I went to ComicCon, for the first time, we (the hubby and I) headed over at the end of the day to the outdoor Grimm area. They had set up Aunt Marie’s trailer for you to walk through and the Grimm Forest.
Not gonna lie, it was pretty awesome to be inside! The art & set direction is amazing!
In the Forest
During the Grimm panel at the IMATS this year, the practical makeup team talked about their process and the amount of time they had to create these makeups. They said that usually it was a few days from getting the concept design to flying up it to Portland to shoot. They don’t do tests, so what you see on the screen is the first time that it is put on the actor. The reason for that is just because they don’t have time.
What THE What?! That blew my mind when I heard that.
Below is a great video that I found on creating the creatures for the show.
Thanks to NBC for putting up so many extra tidbits, including a lot of makeup shots in the BTS photos.
I will leave you with a link to the BTS for the episode “The Kiss”. They have a lot of wound pictures in this set! Enjoy - “The Kiss” BTS
Most of my work recently has been more on the beauty side of things. But I have some new projects in the works for you all here and I can’t wait to share them. However, they won’t be released until September & October (that’s right….Halloween ideas already rolling around in the ol’ noggin!)
If you have characters or fx makeups that you would like to see, head over to my Facebook Fan Page, I See Beauty in All Things, and post requests on the wall.