The Preetisheel School of Character Design, founded by renowned character designer Preetisheel Singh D’souza, has successfully conducted its first workshop on prosthetics, makeup and hair. The workshop, which was held at the school’s campus in Mumbai’s Versova locality, aimed to teach the students various tricks and techniques about prosthetics and makeup.
Preetisheel Singh D’souza, who is India’s No.1 character designer, has designed the looks for some of the topmost actors in the Indian film industry. She has also handled the makeup and prosthetics for successful movies such as Bajirao Mastani, Padmaavat, Pushpa: The Rise, Mom, Bala, Mulk, Andhadhun, Haider, Rangoon, Romeo Akbar Walter, Bachchhan Paandey, Bunty Aur Babli 2, Chup: Revenge of the Artist and the southern movies 24 and Master.
Preetisheel is a National Award-winner for best makeup and runs the country’s premier makeup and prosthetic studio called Da Makeup Lab along with her partner-husband Mark D’souza.
The workshop focused on various aspects of prosthetics, makeup and hair, including wig making, bald caps, aging and character makeup. The students were taught the art of creating realistic-looking prosthetics, as well as the use of prosthetic pieces to create various effects such as scars, burns and wounds. The workshop also provided hands-on training to the students, giving them an opportunity to practice and perfect their skills.
The workshop was a huge success, with students hailing from various parts of the country attending the course. The students were thrilled with the techniques and tricks they learned, and many of them expressed their gratitude to Preetisheel and her team for providing them with such an amazing opportunity.
Speaking about the success of the workshop, Preetisheel said, “We are delighted with the response we have received from the students. Our aim was to provide them with the knowledge and skills required to create realistic-looking characters using prosthetics and makeup. We are happy that the students have learned a lot from the workshop and are looking forward to putting their new skills to use.”
The Preetisheel School of Character Design is committed to providing world-class education in the field of character design, prosthetics and makeup. With experienced instructors and state-of-the-art facilities, the school aims to train the next generation of character designers, prosthetic experts and makeup specialists. The success of the first workshop is a testament to the school’s commitment to excellence and its mission to provide the best education possible to its students.