There are high-detail life sculptors out there who provide an awesome caliber of realism; sculpture so life-like that even under the closest scrutiny you expect it to move. This kind of art requires the mastery of many mediums, and while I strive to achieve that mastery, realism is secondary to the focus of the work. I want to tell wild stories in a single three-dimensional portrait and literally flesh out a biography with hair, clothing, trinkets, teeth and fingernails, etc. To me, what is most important is to create "the character" first and foremost, because all of the special effects in the world can't save you if you start with a lousy script.
Build a mold box. Seal seams with hot glue. Secure with a mold strap. The model must first be partially embedded in clay. Begin by building a clay bed inside the box. Press the model into the clay bed until only the top half is exposed. Use more clay to fill in any open spaces. Level the clay surface to the model's midpoint. Flatten and smooth the clay surface. Embed small acorn nuts in the clay; reason: creates registration keys between mold halves.
Here you will find life size classic Horror movie busts, very cool resin kits and great monster and pin up prints. All art is the work of Daniel Horne painter, sculptor, doll and mask maker. If you are a fan of Classic Horror and Sci-fi, look no further we got it all here for you.
Brian Kubasco has been a professional sculptor for over 11 years now. His interests range from latex masks to giftware sculptures. He can sculpt your design and go through the whole molding and casting process to putting on the final touch of paint.
15 years as an illustrator, graphic designer and painter, another 25 (or so) as a Make-up FX Artist, and now exclusively as a sculptor, the road has had a lot of twists and turns.
PepeFX is a full service makeup effects studio for any type of project. We provide character design, blood effects, lifelike prosthetics, bodypaint, soft props, monsters, and anything else you can think of for your next film or project!
Sony Santa Monica's Bryan Wynia will take you through the full 3D character and creature development process, helping you create, refine, sculpt, paint and render until you have not one but two fully crafted maquettes for your portfolio - one bust and one completely fully-bodied.
For those looking to take their Halloween decorations to the next level, the Dremel Pumpkin Carving Kit allows fast, easy sculpting of spectacularly spooky jack-o'-lanterns. Create intricate, frighteningly festive designs on pumpkin surfaces using the lightweight 6-Volt Dremel Alkaline Cordless Rotary Tool, which offers two speeds for varying levels of intricacy. The included high-speed cutter accessory has rounded edges and is ideal for carving fine details, and 10 templates make carving elaborate pumpkin designs as easy as tracing a drawing.
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The Creature Revenge Vault of Horrors features a collection of high detailed, extremely accurate statues of various classic movie monsters. Many of the figures move and feature audio effects, including dialogue and sound effects from the original films. Each one can be found in its "natural setting", featuring high -resolution graphic backdrops, lighting effects, and 3D set elements to really bring patrons into the classic films depicted! The exhibit also includes a collection of informational plaques and displays that are full of interesting and informative trivia, bringing an educational factor to the display. The goal of the attraction is to help preserve the legacy of these classic films and characters, as well as the men and women behind them!