We’re looking at January in our rear view mirror and are hoping that by the time this blog is posted the latest cold snap will break and some of the real white stuff will start to melt. The last few months have been so busy for us at Bleeding Art we thought you’d like to see a short list of some of the cool stuff that’s been happening at our shop:
We wrapped Season 10 of CBC TV’s Heartland (episodes continuing to air Sundays on CBC).
We started Season 2 of Syfy’s award-winning Wynonna Earp – we can’t reveal anything about the new season except that we guarantee you’ll see lots of exciting mechanical special effects and prosthetics.
We welcomed cast member Dominique Provost-Chalkley from the series to our shop in early January and were thrilled when she tweeted about it afterwards.
We’ve been working on a fun project with Critical Mass, a Calgary-based digital communications agency with clients around the world – can’t wait to see this campaign hit the media as it put all our skills to the test.
We received one of our highest compliments ever when a former Calgary Police Forensic Crime Scenes Unit member said after seeing a test thumbprint made with our blood: “I took a look at the fingerprint, and from over 11 years in the Crime Scenes Unit seeing a lot of blood and fingerprints, it looks amazing. The colour is perfect and it gives us the detail we are looking for.”
As a result of this great testimonial YouthLink at the Calgary Police Interpretive Centre contacted us for the blood they needed to make their upcoming adults only Valentine’s Day Fundraiser I BLOODY LOVE YOU as real as possible. There are still some tickets left to this event on Feb 14.
And our shop has been busy as well supplying our blood products, bruise powder, our new Colour Me Dirty wardrobe aging sticks to productions like Wynonna Earp, Dead Again in Tombstone, Knuckleball and Tin Star as well as other products to the fine folks at Fargo Season 3.
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