In the (much gorier) scripted version of the scene, Milner (Geraldine James) digs about in the head of a man she has just shot to retrieve the bullet. The wound had to be large enough for her to fit her hand inside but the bullet must have stayed inside the skull.
Monitor shot of the puppet head.
Daniel spoke to a pathologist about the conditions under which this would happen. He was told that if the bullet enters the head at the right angle, it runs around the inside of the cranium but pulls in enough gas to cause a pressure build up, blowing out the side of the head.
These are Gloves that Arby (Neil Maskell) wears during the school shooting scene so that he leaves fingerprints behind incriminating Grant (Oliver Woollford).
Arby bludgeons the customers in the comic shop with a home made club. These three versions are (left to right) foam, fibreglass and rubber.
Soft prop lamp.
During a home invasion scene a soft version of a prop lamp was needed for a head strike. This version is foam with a rubber skin.
These photos show a series of makeups designed by Daniel Martin and made by 13 Finger FX for a TV commercial for Ambrosia.
Prosthetics application team: Daniel Martin, Rob Trenton, Candy Alderson, Daniel Gomer
Prosthetics workshop team: Daniel Martin, Daniel Gomer, Liam Doyle
The vacuum forms were run by Arcola Plastics
Foam latex run by Rob Trenton
Commercial directed by the Pelorian Bros. Produced by Blink.
These photos show a multiple piece character makeup designed by Daniel Martin for a Freesat commercial.
The prosthetics were the result of two waves of tests and consisted of two cheek pieces, two different sets of lip modifiers and a brow piece over a vacuum formed movement inhibitor.
Prosthetics application team: Daniel Martin, Adam Edwards
Prosthetics Workshop Team: Daniel Martin, Adam Edwards, Daniel Gomer, Liam Doyle
Actress: Sara Mason
Directed by Tom Tagholm, Produced by Blink
Sarah heading to set in the final prosthetic.
Dan applying the brow piece over the plastic movement inhibitor.