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  • Dale Morton's MONSTERS & MAKEUP

    Hi, everyone!

    This is my first post so I hope you enjoy it. My name is DALE MORTON, I'm a special effects makeup artist and creature maker from West Virginia. I make a living creating mascot character costumes but my first love has always been monsters and makeup. I've worked on a few small independent films, and have some television and commercial experience. I'm also a student of the late Dick Smith's Advanced Professional Makeup Course. Most recently I've been involved with James Cawley's fan series "STAR TREK: NEW VOYAGES" for which I've created some alien makeups and I'm currently working on a full gorilla suit for one of their up-coming episodes. So, here is a sampling of my work. I do hope you enjoy it and that you will rely on me if ever you have a need for a prosthetic makeup artist or full-scale creature designer. :-)

    Thanks for looking.

    -Dale.

    This is a Ferengi prosthetic piece that I created and applied for an up-coming episode of "STAR TREK: NEW VOYAGES" called "The Holiest Thing".
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    This is a re-creation of commander Balok from the Star Trek episode "The Corbomite Maneuver". This head was created for use in the "STAR TREK: NEW VOYAGES" Kickstarter campaign.
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    This is my makeup on actor Clay Sayre as Klingon Commander Kor for the "STAR TREK: NEW VOYAGES" episode "MIND-SIFTER".
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    What follows is a variety of other makeups and creatures in the works and completed:

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    • #3
      Great work.

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      • #4
        Always happy to get replies, so thank you very much. Here is some more work:

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        These bloody ankles were done for an episode of "Rescue 911" back in the 90s.
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        • #5
          Dude...how much (average) did it cost you to make these?

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          • #6
            Which one? The cost can vary in the extreme depending on the project, and some of the things I've posted were done merely for practice. But the full-body Mothman suit (the creature with the big red eyes and wings) cost about $6000.00 to make.

            Glad you're enjoying them. :-)

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            • #7
              How about the Klingon mask? That's pretty sweet.

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              • #8
                Thank you! I sell latex copies of that Klingon appliance. An unpainted one costs $30.00 + $8.00 shipping. A fully painted one would be $60.00 + $8.00 shipping.

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