Disguise Shop – Page 27
From Marvel Comics The Punisher Armory No 1
“The first time I went on a stake-out in disguise I sneezed my putty nose off right on the street. I swore I’d do something a little more professional next time. I got in touch with this guy, Joe Laudati, who Microchip knew from the theater, and he consented to draw up a “shopping list” and give me a few lessons. Turned out to be a few dozen, and a few dozen thousand dollars, but now I can look like just about any beefy guy.
Moulage, hydrostone, plaster bandages, positive molds, negative molds, Boa foam, latex formulas, blended edges, dental “plumpers’, full-scleral contact lenses, ventilated moustaches and wigs (l’m making a new one on the wig block; it’s a big pain, but it looks great), and make-up: Kelly, Nye, Stein, Kryolan, Mehron. Knowing where to shop is almost as tough as doing the work. When all else fails, call Dick Smith, the top man in the field of special effects make·up. ”
Published by Marvel Comics in The Punisher Armory No. 1, July, 1990
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