3D Transfer Prosthetics

$200.00

In 5 weekly Saturday afternoon classes, instructor Dallas Harvey will teach students the processes and techniques to professionally sculpt, mold, prepare, and create Pros-Aide Bondo based prosthetics, widely used in film and television due to their convenience in application and highly realistic look, even in HD!

In This Course You Will Learn:

– 3D Transfer prosthetic sculpture, tools & character concept design
– 3D Transfer Sculpting 1: Secondary, tertiary forms, and detailing techniques
– 3D Transfer Sculpting 2: Finishing sculptures & mold setup *Instructor Demo
– Silicone Molds: Creating your first silicone mold *Instructor Demo
– 3D Transfer Prosthetics: Creating bondo & final prosthetics *Instructor Demo

Where: Zoom Classroom – DHFX Online (Link will be emailed to each student for virtual classroom access)

Upcoming Classes:

2020

Saturdays, May 9th – 30th, 1PM-3PM PST
Saturdays, June 20th – July 18th, 1PM-3PM PST
Saturdays, August 1st – August 29th, 1PM-3PM PST
Saturdays, September 5th – October 3rd, 1PM-3PM PST

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Description

In 5 weekly Saturday afternoon classes, instructor Dallas Harvey will teach students the processes and techniques to professionally sculpt, mold, prepare, and create Pros-Aide Bondo based prosthetics, widely used in film and television due to their convenience in application and highly realistic look, even in HD!

Students will also gain product and material knowledge including different types of clays, silicones, and Prosthetic Transfer Material (PTM), professional procedures, safety, and the best appliances and techniques particular to specific make-up prosthetic applications. Learn how to sculpt professional quality 3D transfer prosthetic character makeups from start to finish in this intensively hands-on online course.

This course consists of live demonstrations and lectures by the instructor. The course takes place using Zoom classroom so everyone can work along with the Instructor and get live feedback on their prosthetic sculptures as they progress. Each student will also receive a 10 minute one-on-one online critique session during the week for additional questions and feedback on their project.

In This Course You Will Learn:

– 3D Transfer prosthetic sculpture, tools & character concept design
– 3D Transfer Sculpting 1: Secondary, tertiary forms, and detailing techniques
– 3D Transfer Sculpting 2: Finishing sculptures & mold setup *Instructor Demo
– Silicone Molds: Creating your first silicone mold *Instructor Demo
– 3D Transfer Prosthetics: Creating bondo & final prosthetics *Instructor Demo

No previous sculpting or art experience is necessary prior to taking this class. It is encouraged to have a notepad and camera on hand to take notes and a camera to document your progress as you learn. Upon finishing the class, students will receive a certificate of completion signed by the instructor.

NOTE: All students must already have their own sculpting tools and clay (polymer/sculpy, plastilina/monster clay/chavant) to take this class!

To participate in the class students will need a webcam and also download the free Zoom app and install on computer or phone at https://zoom.us/signup

Where: Zoom Classroom – DHFX Online (Link will be emailed to each student for virtual classroom access)

Additional information

Choose Your Starting Date

Saturday, May 9, 2020, Saturday, June 20, 2020, Saturday, Aug 1, 2020, Saturday, Sept 5, 2020

Instructor

Vancouver FX Studio Founder and Lead Instructor, Dallas Harvey, is a special effects artist who works with both practical and digital mediums, with over 15 years of digital concept and CGI experience, Harvey has been credited with roles including lead special effects designer, key makeup effects artist, and puppeteer on many film, television, and music video productions.

In addition to taking role as author and previous-instructor of the Digital Make-Up Design curriculum for Blanche Macdonald Centre, Harvey was also responsible for curating the IMATS Vancouver Make-Up Museum 2012-2014 and featuring some of his work in Make-Up Artist Magazine, including written columns in the magazine’s Lab Tech section!

Most recently, Harvey designed special effects for The Exorcist Season 2 for Fox TV network including puppeteering custom builds, creating realistic props and silicone body duplicates, blood rigging, dental acrylic teeth creation, as well as custom sculpting fabrication and concept design.

To contact him by email click here.

View Harvey’s full credit list on IMDB.

View Harvey’s Linked-In Profile here.

About The Instructor

Dallas Harvey – Instructor & FX Artist

Dallas Harvey is a special effects artist who works with both practical and digital mediums. He has over 15 years of digital concept and CGI experience and has been lead special effects designer, key makeup effects artist and puppeteer on many TV, Film & Music video productions.

His special effects make-up designs have been published numerous times in the world-wide publication Make-up Artist Magazine. In addition, Harvey is a twice published author in the Lab Tech section of the magazine, and was curator of the IMATS Vancouver Make-up Museum 2012-2014. Harvey has also authored and instructed the Digital Make-up Design curriculum for Blanche Macdonald Centre. In 2015 he was a LEO Award nominee for Best Make-up in a Short Drama for Telefilm Canada sci-fi production Gord’s Brother.

Most recently Harvey designed special effects for The Exorcist Season 2 for Fox TV network puppeteering custom builds, creating realistic props, silicone body duplicates, blood rigging, dental acrylic teeth, custom sculpting fabrication and concept design.

Dallas Harvey is the founder of Vancouver FX Studio where he designs and consults on local and international TV, Film & Music Video productions.

To contact him by email click here.

View Dallas full credit list on IMDB.

View Dallas linked in profile here

Class Dates & Times

This course has 5 weekly Saturday online classes. Where: Zoom Classroom – DHFX Online (Link will be emailed to each student for virtual classroom access)

To participate in the class students will need a webcam and also download the free Zoom app and install on computer or phone at https://zoom.us/signup

2020

Saturdays, May 9th – 30th, 1PM-3PM PST
Saturdays, June 20th – July 18th, 1PM-3PM PST
Saturdays, August 1st – August 29th, 1PM-3PM PST
Saturdays, September 5th – October 3rd, 1PM-3PM PST