Saturday, August 27, 2011


 Latex Half Mask Illusion. I could have called it Nom, Nom, but Chomp seemed better. Below is a Creep Factory insider demonstrating the mask, sorry if it looks a bit Miami Vice era. We do our best with what we have here.
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Saturday, August 20, 2011

In Progress!

Not sure what he'll become. He's still just a life-sized hunk 'o clay...I just thought you might like to see what goes on over here. Check back for updates on this guy...(girl?) !!

Here's the first latex pull (copy).  Why is he so happy? Doesn't look so scary to me! Hmmm, oh well. Maybe the paint job will help.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Rusty Pipe Props

Took a short break from the monster mask's to take care of a side project. These are going to tour the U.S. later this year with New Years Day. This is one of several pieces that will rise from all 3 guitarist's amplifiers. There are also some smaller details in the works such as faux shut off handles, bolts and nuts, ect.. Time permitting I'll carry the theme forward stage with some pieces to sit near the singer. Rumor has it, and of course budget permitting, we may even make them shoot some "steam"....  but we'll have to see about that. 
I just cant help but picture these surrounding a Freddy Kruger bust, or maybe even a full size figure! Its my love of horror trying to butt back in.

Friday, August 5, 2011

October Scarecrow

Thought I'd ad a picture of the scarecrow I made last year. He's been waiting patiently ever since.


Thursday, August 4, 2011

"Momma's Boy" Latex Mask

Eek! Whats to say? Is it a man? Is it a doll?
Thickly cast, with a meaty strap and buckle. This mask is quite large. Best for a larger person. Pair it with a pretty dress and some combat boots perhaps? Maybe add a wig? I gotta stop,  I'm creepin' myself out.

This piece was inspired by Neil Harvey at Rubber Gorilla. (One of my favorite mask makers)...Thanks Neil, its was nice meeting you at Monsterpalooza!!

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 ( unpainted blank mask :)

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Product Testing!

Checking the jaw action on a corpse skull. This is a full head latex mask reinforced with nylon webbing ( this is a virtually indestructible mask!) with laces up the back. Still designing exactly how the jaw will play in. In this shot, its attached to my head via its own strap...that might change.