Midnight Productions House in the Hollow is located in Buck County PA, about a half hour outside Philly. We are a theatrical haunted house. Our current theme is the Malfate Manor, a family who has suffered through many unfortunate events. For the past 10 years, I have been working with the wonderful crew and cast… Continue reading »
New make up! This was a lot of fun to do. sculpted the prosthetic on a cast of my face from a couple of years ago. I did my negative mold today, then poured in the silicone to create these custom fit prosthetic pieces. These were inspired by Pam’s make up this season on “True… Continue reading »
Zombie Walk Through Quickie It’s getting to be that time of year. Here is the quick zombie walk through I did last year. I thought this might be helpful for those starting to plan their costumes. Beth is my wonderful model, and this was filmed by the amazing April. Thanks ladies!
New make-up art will be added over the next several days. Check back often! Also, expect some comic pin-ups soon, maybe even of characters you know and love!
How to Become a Zombie Check out the link for a zombie walk through.
Since Halloween is quickly approaching, I thought I could impart some quick and easy tips to get you up and running. 1) Less is more. This is always one of the first things I go over when teaching a make up work shop. You don’t need to use a ton of make up to get… Continue reading »
Welcome to the asylum. This dark graphic novel follows Doctor Paynes’ attempts to confront and control the darkness in all of us. But in this house in the hollow, one can never trust their own senses. Written by Karl Custer, drawn, colored, and lettered by me. Check out Karl’s own site at http://www.uncleyo.com/ The following… Continue reading »
Fall is quickly arriving here in Bucks County, which is always my favorite time of year. I find that very appropriate timing to getting this website up and running. I’ll try to keep you, the reader, updated with the artistic goings on of my life, and my maybe even my thoughts and some art–movies, theater,… Continue reading »