Clicker || The Infected || Last of Us
Polycell Expanding Foam Polyfilla re-moulded. Without this process I couldn’t have dreamed of doing this shoot.
Years ago while making my GOZU head I used this foam Polyfilla to fill and carve most of the head shape, while testing it I found that you can shape and mould the foam as its setting. It was perfect to make a Cordyceps Fungus mask for my Clicker costume. In total I used 3 cans of Foam Polyfilla at a cost of £21. Above are my tests and mid-paint mask sections. If you try this yourself please follow the guidelines on the can and used safety eye-wear and gloves at all times.
While watching Naughty Dog’s Vid Doc on the infected [link] I noticed that some of the real-life skin disease images they used for inspiration looked a lot like tree bark. So I went hunting for dead trees and pulled chunks of bark off then cut and cleaned them up. To get the moulded skin around the wood I used liquid latex and bits of kitchen towel to build-up and distort the skin. Then used white body paint to paint around the area.
I got the dress at Primark for £8. I used varying levels of sandpaper and rubbed the hell out of it, there was green fluff everywhere!?
I then used Blue clothe dye and dyed the entire dress to change the awful bright colour and then re-dyed the dress for a short time in Black clothe dye and then kept dyeing the dress from the bottom at different levels.
well fuck i’d run away from that
I’m reblogging this again.
SUMMER DOUBLE FEATURE! ’70s Edition!
JAWS (1975) and ORCA (1977)