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almost too much to say about these guys. A Newgrounds project (several years ago) that involved doing photoshoots of NG staples realized in the flesh, i was fortunate enough to be the special effects person behind doing a dozen (give or take) different appliances of classic newgrounds fixtures. Sadly i wasn't very good at documenting my work back then and with the tight schedule i have very few pictures to show for it, and the masks are no longer in my possession. These are three WIP's i DO have. for the record Blockhead's hair wasn't yet punched in.

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Funny ^-^ <3

the salad fingers one is creepy i liked block head and alien hominid

those are awesome how long did you spend and how much did it cost?
this belongs in a movie! <3

sucho responds:

it was probably a week 1/2 per head, working full time on it. its tough to calculate the cost per mask- supplies naturally come more in bulk. the initial investment of tools such as paints/airbrushes/busts etc is fairly high. probably took me around $700 to make my initial setup, but once you have tools such as airbrush/paints/sculpting picks/a foam head to sculpt on top of, it just comes down to the cost of plaster clay and latex which isn't that terrible. initial setup costs aside- each mask probably came down to 40-50 bucks in materials. monstermakers.com was my store of choice back when i lived in the states, you can get a clearer idea there.

There are a happy face, Salad Fingers and Hominid, right?

sucho responds:

salad fingers hominid and BLOOOOOOOOCKHEAAAAAD. <3 Blockhead

1 wow
2 are those actual mask
3 those should be in payday

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