What would be an ambitious Terminator TV series without killing machines that look like real Terminators? In "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicle"s, the man who was responsible for bringing you Judgment Day on a weekly basis was special makeup effects creator Robert Hall; his company Almost Human created realistic lacerations for cybernetic organisms and the Terminator endoskeletons (or parts).
And while the budget of a TV show has nothing to do with the budget of the Terminator movies, the make-up FX wizard and his team created stunning makeup effects.
Let's take a closer look at the prosthetic makeup in TSCC, thanks to Almost Human's sculptor Eric Koo
At the end of the first season of TSCC, cameron blew up in the explosion of her Jeep. As a result, Cameron's chip integrity was compromised and she was physically damaged, especially on the face, as seen in the season two opener, "Samson & Delilah".
Find below never-seen-before images of Summer Glau as Cameron Phillips, featuring the three stage of Cameron's wound healing, courtesy of special-effects artist Eric Koo.
On the same topic, here are photos Summer Glau in the makeup chair or on set of TSCC 2x01 "Samson & Delilah", as Robert Hall works his magic.
The Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles season two Blu-ray extra "Blood and Metal" provides a good overview of Robert Hall's work for TSCC.
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