Our Special Effects final assessment brief we were asked to create a scenario in which someone could harm themselves or others in the college or workplace. The best image would then be picked to illustrate health and safety posters which will be put up around the college to remind pupils the importance of health and safety precautions. For my final assessment I decided to create a facial hypertrophic scaring as a result of a chemical burn in the science department. I think it would be a very shocking image to have on a poster as self-image is so important to a lot of people and may remind others that accidents do happen. I wanted to apply the make-up close my model’s eye to show the possibility of damage to the eye if the correct eye protection is not in use when dealing with harmful chemicals.
For a full tutorial on gelatin hypertrophic scaring just click to the following link! Thanks for reading guys!
And thanks to my lovely model Tracy Reed 🙂