Basically it's just the skull from the styrofoam Bag of Bones. A little latex painted on it, then a little more and while wet lay down polyestor quilt batting (the sheet kind not the shredded). Once that sets I do a kind of marbling with latex over the batting. Once that dries I hit the exposed polyestor with a heat gun and melt it (careful not to melt the styrofoam). Lastly I go over again with latex mixed with acrylic paint for the color. Once that is dry I go over it again with Gloss Medium to keep it wet looking and seal the latex (it WILL ossify and dull).
Awww, thanks. Yeah, Im a huge fan of RZ myself, been forever. Saw him again a couple of months ago here in NY, and he was just AMAZING. Did so much of his older ****, it was great. ANyway, had wanted to do House for awhile, just needed to get everyone together at the same time.
You see what I meant about Tiny? When you look at the film stills, his mask was complicated (to me anyway-), so I pulled that one out as best as I could. It was a fun group to do.
Dude, your pictures are awesome! Last year for my Daughters Birthday Party/Halloween scavenger hunt I played the part of the "Pig Butcher" Bloody butchers apron, chainsaw, pig mask from the movie Saw 2 (Which I'm now very unhappy with, looks like a turd in comparison to what you fabricate) Can I ask what you use for blood? Looks very realistic in your pics. The work in the Pro Haunt has got to be a rush, you're over the top bro........
Amazing work! Where were you when I was searching high and low for a Tiny Firefly mask last year? Ended up improvising the **** out of it and making something myself anyway. Anyway, just wanted to say BADASS.
Thank you for the compliments on my leg-less walkers. I, too, think they are hilarious. LOL
Love your new pics. Your masks are AMAZING!!! cathy