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Special Effects from Denmark

Hi fellow creature lovers

I've been special effects makeup now for more than 16 years here in Denmark, so I thought maybe it was time to show some of my work here, in order to expand my network and perhaps get some more work abroad.

As you can see I love creatures and have been dabbling a lot with LARP'ing, which is a big thing here in this country.  Many of the latex mask I do are Orcs, Goblins or other fantasy creatures for mostly Danish fantasy shops, but also suit construction, large scale props and decorations and character makeup too.  I'm completely self taught and have been teaching makeup and effects for many years, in order to help others become creative and realize their potential.

I hope you like my work and I look forward to your comments!


:)Anders Lerche




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Reader Comments (4)

I'm really curious about the "hand cut", "deep wound" effect, how did you manage to create this ? I mean,you certainly add false part and so on, but it seam so realistic !
Thank you.

July 2, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterLionel Bijaoui

Great to have you Anders(Or is it Andres?). Tree Man is amazing, plus your expertise with the wounds is very convincing. Excellent work!

July 2, 2010 | Registered CommenterDavid Melvin

Oh man, this is some incredible work, Andres! I particularly like the faceless guy right after Frankenstein's monster and the guy with his twin growing out of his face. So, so cool and impressive.

Welcome to the blog!

Hi you guys

It's 'Anders'- not Andre'. Somebody just forgot the fix the name, when I applied for membership here

Thanks for the kind words. The wound on the hand is made with directly applied plat-gel silicone, witch was blended with Isopropylic Alcohol and coloured with Skin Illustrator.
The Tree man is polystyrene with a partial skin made of LD 45 Plastezote foam and lots of wall filler.
The faceless horror is a design inspired form an old mask from Death, called Bite that was basically just a nasty looking mouth in a featureless head. And maybe a few shades of of Chatterer from Hellraiser and a Dick Smith design from the film Ghost Story.
I often post on Facebook, so look for me in there if you want to see more or chat with me

:)Anders Lerche

July 6, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAnders Lerche

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