Some recent Leatherface work, blank masks painted/finished

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Some recent Leatherface work, blank masks painted/finished

Postby travsall » Sat Feb 16, 2013 11:28 pm

I've had the fun of working on a few blank masks from Addison of late, blank copies I've brought the rest of the way home, and I'm pretty pleased on the hole with how they've turned out. Three in all, first was the 03 remake Tommy 1.0 mask. Love the sculpt and the pull, tried to get the mask to how I see it on screen, and I'm satisfied with that mark!
Blank after trimming
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After base coat and light wash to pull out detail, wrinkles and lines
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Finished paint, high and low lighting done by airbrush, paintbrush, stippling and finger painting LOL
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Finished mask, with stitching, hair work, and some darkening of small areas
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And on my head!
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Next up was the classic 74 killing mask V1, another fantastic sculpt.
blank as received, along with the Kemper blank
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base coat airbrushed on
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light wash for detail/weathering work, and some misting with a yellow base paint to bring out those tones I see on screen (in later scenes as the mask darkened with Gunnar's sweat and the sun beating down on it)
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Finished stitching, mouth bars, eyebrows, eye lashes and eyelet details. All that's left is the hair work, which will be done with a wig when I can get to a shop and match one up.
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Third up may be my favorite, the 03 Kemper mask. Blank it is striking, but the likeness to Eric Balfour I questioned a bit, I was wrong! The skin details are some of the most impressive, with pores, flaws, and natural skin texture
Blank was above, kinda, so this is in base coat
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with the paint finished, really bright lights to exaggerate how it looks, the skin tone changes, subtle bruising around the eyes, cut line, and where the carotid arteries would run, and blood would pool
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With blood added
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Start of the hair work, its all laid here just in need of tightening, trimming and adjusting
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Finished shots!
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Cause I can't leave the inside just blank ;)
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And on my face
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Re: Some recent Leatherface work, blank masks painted/finish

Postby Hideous Looking Man » Sun Feb 17, 2013 4:45 am

All three look fantastic man! Great finishing work on these!

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Re: Some recent Leatherface work, blank masks painted/finish

Postby travsall » Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:34 pm

Few more pics to add after finishing the '74 killing mask
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and a group shot
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Re: Some recent Leatherface work, blank masks painted/finish

Postby evilsmellyclown » Mon Mar 04, 2013 2:14 am

Incredible work trav!! Think I like the Kemper the best like you. You have been super busy.

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Re: Some recent Leatherface work, blank masks painted/finish

Postby richardmalone » Tue Mar 05, 2013 1:28 am

Fantastic work!

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Re: Some recent Leatherface work, blank masks painted/finish

Postby thecraziekiller » Tue Jun 25, 2013 2:10 am

hey man i have 2 more questions on the kemper mask is the blood paint and on the 1974 mask does the strings to adjust the mask actually work like does it really make the mask tighter

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Re: Some recent Leatherface work, blank masks painted/finish

Postby mybankey » Tue Jun 25, 2013 5:26 am

How did I miss this post...AWESOME work Travis!!!
Tom:)

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Re: Some recent Leatherface work, blank masks painted/finish

Postby SUCKFACE » Tue Aug 20, 2013 8:10 pm

great work mate love them all
would love to do a full lifesize display of the original :)


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