The Skin Illustrator Palettes are durable, water and abrasion resistent alcohol activated make-up. Created by professionals for professionals, Skin Illustrator is designed to speed up the process of color application and touch ups by greatly reducing the need to mix colors. The wide range of colors allow you total control to create any illusion imaginable. Skin Illustrator will cover tattoos, create effects, color hair, and it can be used on skin, foam latex, gelatin, plastic and silicone appliances The high pigment content provides rich color tones that stay in place and last all day.
Designed for just about any injury or illness imaginable, the Skin Illustrator FX palette can simulate 1st, 2nd & 3rd. degree burns, cuts, scrapes, scabs, and bruises. The FX Palette seamlessly integrates with the FLESH TONE Palette to create varying degrees of injuries and illnesses. The pigment content is much higher than any other palette available so the colors go farther and last longer.
Dark Flesh Tone palette:
Designed as the follow-up to the original Flesh Tone palette, the Dark colors complete the entire range of flesh tones. When combined with the FX and light Flesh Tone colors, the Dark Flesh Tone colors will allow the artist to duplicate virtually any skin tone, no matter how light or dark.
Flesh Tone Palette:
Colors range from the palest of pink tones to the deepest rich yellow tones. The system contains skin tone colors with warming/cooling adjusters that are ideal for fine tuning a skin tone mix that’s a perfect match, or for creating a subtle bruising for close camera work.
This palette was created to give artists a wider range of red tones and adjusting colors which allow the fine tuning of an appliance makeup or to help blend the appliance with the natural skin tones.
Enhance pre-existing tattoos or create your own with these amazing colors by Premiere Products! You’ve never seen such stunning metallics like these - just imagine the possibilities! Nickel-Silver, 14-Karat Gold, Fuchsia, Electric Blue, Brass, Hematite, Metal Red, Golden-Khaki, Bronze, and New-Penny Copper.
Created by David LeRoy Anderson for use on the movie, “Dawn of The Dead”. Every combination you need to color the dead!
Simulates a variety of dirt, grime, and filth effects, and can be used to recreate the look of almost any dirty or soiled visage
Posted by Samantha Dubin – 21st Aug 2010
i have worked with skin illustrator for quite sometime now and its great for covering or creating tattoos, bruising, bald caps, old age, or any type of fx you are trying to create. you will love it!