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Special Makeup Effects for Stage and Screen, 2nd Edition by Todd Debreceni

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2.5D Two-and-a-half dimensional is an informal term used to describe visual phenomena that are considered “between” 2D and 3D. This is also called pseudo-3D.

3D Three-dimensional; usually a short form for 3D computer graphics.

3D makeup Dimensional makeup, which includes prosthetic appliances.

3D transfers Small prosthetic appliances that are applied in the same manner as temporary tattoos.

Acetone A solvent. Acetone is the active ingredient in nail polish remover and is also used to make plastics. Acetone is mixable with water, alcohol, ether, and other liquids.

Acrylic A versatile polymer (type of plastic) used in paints, sealers, molds, textiles, ...

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