Roger Bennett Riggle: The other thing that I've decided to do is to bump up the texture of the face and what I'm going to do here, I've decided to take a grey eye shadow and I'm going to take a brush and what I'm going to do is just touch some of this powdered grey eye shadow into some of my textured areas. So as to keep this face from looking like it's totally white. I can do it in along the side of the mouth. That's going to pick up some of the definition of the molding wax. It gives it a grey kind of smoky. See, the texture of that liquid latex popping out now. We'll do the other side. This dark grey eye shadow helps to pick up the texture of the deformity. See it picks up the texture of the molding wax.
Let's add a little in the temples. When you color in the temple, the temple bone and down, it brings up the skeletal structure and a hollow skeletal structure is kind of a more scary look. We can put a little in the hollow here and a little in the hollow here. Let's just break up a little of this smoothness with a little grey. You can see some of it came off there. So, we've really kind of textured and colored up that face. So, it has -- remember, three dimensions. We've used at least three colors, white, grey, burnt coal, and I've even added some grey eye shadow to give it some texture and some unsmooth quality to what we've done.
The last thing that we can do -- and we've used wigs for other segments that we've done. We've used a wig for the werewolf; we used a wig for the tiger. If you want to, you can take your own hair and use your own hair. Vanessa has nice long hair, so it's fun to play with. They also make hair sprays in all different kinds of colors and it's temporary and washes out in one shampoo. So, you could spray your hair black or brown or you could put stripes of white or grey or blonde. They even have florescent colors, yellow, blue, purple, any color you wanted to use.
So, basically for this, I'll just rub my fingers up through her hair like this and give this kind of a low gruesome zombie kind of look. So, it's also fun to use your own hair and actually, I think we've done a good job with disguising her face and making Vanessa really not look so much like Vanessa and we've done very, very little.
So, again we molded the molding wax, we adhered it to the face, we covered it with liquid latex, while the skin was stretched and then we put a water-based foundation over that and added the detail.
So, Vanessa can go to the front door on Halloween and scare someone as the scarred joker in her costume makeup.