Lydia Edmonds has strengths and passion in all the areas of the industry – including hair, makeup and practical special effects. The artist most enjoys sculpting: from creating an enucleated eye piece to an almost full face ageing prosthetic. Edmonds’ niche lies with hairstyling and wigs, with a favourite look being 1920s finger waves. The below designs are based on children’s toys of the Victorian era. There is a lot to play around with in regards to prosthetics, whilst the hair is created using wigs, bald caps and hair pieces.
Lydia Manley-Leach ‘s final project explores the historical aspects and symbolism of folklore through vibrant, colourful textiles.
Sarah Creasey combines a range of physical procedures, such as painting and collage, plus working with digital software programmes.