Wednesday, March 9, 2011

The Direct to Video Slasher Mask.

Although not quite Jason, this mask form was the style used in the (Direct to video Slasher film) "Bloody Murder". While the movie does not hold a candle to any of the Friday the 13th movies. They still went for the stereotypical (Hockey Mask Killer) probably trying and score some points with horror fans. Strange though, in "Bloody Murder" the mask does not have it's triangles cut from the mask. I always thought that was a bit odd. Was it an artistic choice made by the crew? Or was it just laziness? Either way, I have always loved that mask sculpt. So I decided to mold a cheap hockey mask and grunge it up a bit more.

I'm selling these for $125.00.

Frankenstein Monster Face Mask.

This is the second face mask I have done in the spirit of all the classic Halloween costumes from the 50's and 60's. He's made out of fiber glass and resin. I consider him to be one of my strongest sculptures to date.

They will be for sale for around $90.00 a mask.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

"The Weeping Woman"

Fangoria wrote up an article on their website about the short film "The Weeping Woman". Which I was lucky enough to be a part of along with Stephen Geoffreys from "Fright Night" and "976 Evil" and one of my best friends Melissa Bostaph.

You can read the article HERE.