Class Code: PB02
Virus FX painting workshop
Pashur the Body Painter
Saturday May 19, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Virus FX - Face Paint Workshop
May 19, 2018
Time: 9:30am - 11:00am
Venue: Showboat Convention Center, 801 Boardwalk. Atlantic City, NJ 08401
In this workshop demo, Pashur will show you how to create several gruesome Virus FX with face paint and gore FX products, great for Halloween and your Quarantine and Outbreak sections of your haunted attraction.
Demos Include: Boils, Blood poisoning, Lab Virus, Flesh Eating Bacteria, Acidic Virus, Burn Virus, Puffy Veins and more.
Demos will be created with a combination of face paint, airbrush and FX products.
Some parts of this workshop are hands-on, but Pashur will provide the products needed for those portions of the class.
CLASS SIZE: 20 students
COST: Only $30
NOTE: This class is NOT a standard class. Because we are pleased to have a high level celebrity for this class flying all the way from Hollywood, it is one of the few classes that require you to purchase a separate ticket for this event.
RSVP / PAYMENT:
Paying for this workshop secures your spot in the class.
THINGS TO BRING:
Pen & Paper for taking notes.
Wear something you don't mind getting fake blood and ooze on.
DO NOT TO BRING:
A friend, relative, chaperone, chauffeur, your child or pet - unless they have paid for the class.
About Pashur the Body Painter
Pashur is an award winning Los Angeles body painter, Pashur whom has worked both in Hollywood, The Halloween Industry and the Corporate Realm.
He has been called the Best Body Painting Artist in the world, and Pashur has traveled all over the world doing artistic body paint projects for the past 20 years!
Don't miss this rare opportunity to work with him at the Halloween Show. Chances like this do not come around often.
His recent clients include the Playboy Mansion, MTV, VH1, The Sci Fi Channel, Toyota, Rolling Stone, Skin Wars, Face Off, Spike, Comedy Central, Wrangler Jeans, Smirnoff and even Cirque Du Soleil.
Pashur's has even painted onsite for models with Charie Sheen for a TV roast, as well as Samuel Jackson for Spike TV awards.