Studying the bulldoggish layers already covering Sheri Wise’s face, Nathan Bright dipped a brush in black paint and carefully continued transforming the model into a petite, pink-faced pup.
“Sheri, she is phenomenal. … I absolutely adore her to no end,” Bright said as he daubed black paint onto the muzzle he had already applied to the patient model’s motionless, increasingly canine face. “We thought we’d come out here and do a little fun one today.”
An Edmond-based special effects makeup artist, Bright was among the dozens of exhibitors and hundreds of attendees to crowd the second-floor rotunda Feb. 28 for Film Day at the state Capitol.
It was the second annual Film Day organized by the Oklahoma Motion Picture Alliance but the first at the state