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The Skin Illustrator Zombie Palette was custom designed by 2 time Academy Award winning Makeup Artist, David Leroy Anderson, for his use on the hit movie, "Dawn of the Dead". This palette of ink based colors is exactly what he needed to create the dead looking ghastly creatures. It's a great combination of skin tones and some SFX colors that will give you a range in ability to do deathly skin tones along with blood effects, bruising, and a variety of other distressed effects. The ink application results give a a finished look that appears from beneath the skin rather than sitting on top of the skin, as other makeups do. This is a crucial element for believability in close up to the eye, in camera, or in broadcast.
The palette contains the following colors: Rice Paper, Midnight Brown, Black, Vein Tone, Blood Tone, Prime Yellow, Olive Adjuster 2, Ultra Blue, Bruise Tone, and Aged Blood.
The high pigment content provides rich color tone payoff that stays in place and lasts all day. Whether you use a brush, air brush, sponge or stipple technique, the versatility of Skin Illustrator can fix a problem or keep one from happening! They have become the go-to technique in applying truly realistic believable color results on skin that look so natural to the eye in high definition film and TV, Print, Theatre, Runway, etc. The results are always reliable and dependable, and nothing short of fantastic!
The colors from this palette can be custom blended together with other Skin Illustrator colors from other palette sets. Skin Illustrator also be easily blended with other brands of alcohol activated colors and palettes. The colors are safe for use on the lips, skin, hair and around the eyes, and can be used with PAX, rubber mask grease, foam latex, gelatin, plastic and silicone appliances.
The palette colors must be activated with 99% alcohol, such as Telesis ISO GEL, MM-1111, Skin Illustrator Slow Activator, MM-1205, or REEL Creations 99% Alcohol Developer, MM-1182, to apply and requires very little touch up other than an occasional powdering. DO NOT USE 70% alcohol, MEK, acetone, water, or any other solvent, as you will not achieve maximum color saturation. To use, simply saturate the top surface of the color well with the 99%, then work a brush or swab on the top of the surface until it liquefies. It then can be applied with a brush, sponge, swab or even a disposable mascara wand.
INGREDIENTS: Titanium Dioxide, Ultra Marine Blue, DBP Dibutyl Phthalate, Black Iron Oxide, D&C Red #7 Ca Lake, FD & C Red 36 Al Lake, Yellow Iron Oxide, D & C Red #36, FD&C Yellow 6 Al Lake, Brown Iron Oxide, D & C Yellow #10 Al Lake, FD & C Blue l Al Lake, Hydr. Chrome Oxide, Chrome Oxide Green, D&C Red 34 Ca Lake, Red Iron Oxide.
FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY.
"Skin Illustrator is a meticulously planned make-up system with rich colors that are capable of matching most skin tones. It is a permanent addition to the weapons system in my make-up armada."
Academy Award & Emmy Award Winning Makeup Artist
"Nothing I've used before compares to Skin Illustrator. It's the ideal flesh tone color system that makes it easy to do anything. There's no need for mixing because all of the right colors are already made. It's great to use with rubber mask grease, old-age stipple and for color layering. There's really nothing like it...I just love it!"
Three-time Academy Award Winning Makeup Artist
"Obviously a lot of thought went into making Skin Illustrator. The colors have incredible adaptability and have been adjusted and balanced for film as well as to the eye. It's amazing what you can so with the Flesh Tone Palette alone!"
Emmy Award Winning Makeup Artist
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer"