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Kindergarten-5th Grade Easy Special FX & Zombie Makeup Using Everyday Items!
Ms. Leah-Actor, Singer, Voice Actor, Makeup Artist
In this class, students will get to create an easy and fun zombie special fx makeup look using household items.
Is your student an aspiring filmmaker or actor who wants to learn new techniques for their next film project or play? Do you have an instagram model or YouTuber who loves creating and posting unique character images? Then they will love this class! Zombies are one of the most popular monsters in scary movies and tv and they are one of the easiest monsters for students to recreate using a few basic household items and drugstore makeup. In this one time class, I will demonstrate how to...
I am an actor, artist, audiobook narrator, and voiceover artist working in Atlanta, GA. I have been involved in the performing and visual arts for over twelve years in community theater, professional theater, film, and as a drama teacher working with kids in after school programs and at a college prep school. Creating in my passion and watching kids discover their own creative voice is very exciting for me. I have worked with kids between the ages of 4 through 18, producing many high quality children's plays and musicals and teaching them to act and sing. I always encourage my students to think outside the box, take ownership of their work, and confidently share their own art with the world.
Corn Syrup, Regular Pancake Syrup, or Honey Red food coloring (and blue if available) Cocoa Powder (unsweetened) School Glue (like Elmer's Glue ) OR a Glue Stick (make sure it's not dried out) Flour Empty cups or bowls and spoons for mixing Paper Towels and Wet Wipes for cleaning hands and face (or spills) Facepaint or eyeshadow in red, black, dark purple or dark blue, green, yellow, Foundation or concealer OR white or grey makeup Foundation Setting Powder OR baby powder Makeup sponges and Makeup brushes and small paint brushes (whatever you have or want to get cheaply works fine) A Blow Dryer
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Please note: This is a class focusing on zombie makeup which some students might find scary. Although we will not be using any examples from media or the internet and this zombie makeup is very simple and kid friendly, zombies are still scary monsters and this subject matter might not be appropriate for especially sensitive students.
Meet the teacher
I am an actor, makeup artist, and director working in Atlanta, GA, and in Alabama. I have taught kids and adults makeup, voice, and drama for over eight years, and have been working in film and theater as an actor, makeup artist, and director for...
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Completed by 38 learners
Live video meetings
3-9 learners per class