Rob Bottin: Shapeshifting Visionary—The Early Years
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Rob Bottin: Shapeshifting Visionary—The Early Years by Ron Magid
In part one of this feature on Rob Bottin's career, writer Ron Magid discovers the stories behind Bottin's career, from Tanya's Island and Humanoids from the Deep to Star Wars and The Howling.
The 2004 International Make-Up Artist Trade Show featured a dazzling array of exhibitors, a stage packed with a record number of keynote speakers and more education than the last three shows combined. A Star Trek-themed student competition, a Hellboy panel and a personal make-up artist panel were just some of the highlights.
Martin Scorsese's new film is a make-up tour de force, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio as the young Howard Hughes, Jude Law as Errol Flynn and three of Hollywood's most beautiful young actresses playing Ava Gardner, Jean Harlow and Katharine Hepburn.
Make-up artist Bruce Grayson looks at what it was like to be a studio make-up artist in the '20s and '30s and working will such talents as Rita Hayworth, Marlena Dietrich, Veronica Lake, Clara Bow and Jean Harlow.