Concept art for The Great Goblin
I was going to make some joke about my mother… but he looks better.
Sawtooth - Wrong Turn
77 of 100 Fictional Characters I Love
One-Eye - Wrong Turn
76 of 100 Fictional Character I Love
Fenrir Greyback - Harry Potter series
72 of 100 Fictional Characters I Love
The Penguin / Oswald Cobblepot - Batman franchise
70 of 100 Fictional Characters I Love
Leatherface / “Bubba” Sawyer / Thomas Brown Hewitt - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre series’
69 (heheh) of 100 Fictional Characters I Love
Captain Spaulding for President!
The characters of Preacher by Glenn Fabry
Seriously though, how awesome would it be to have Glenn Fabry illustrate something from Wrong Turn or Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Then again, it might be argued he’s been doing that after a fashion for years now.
Eric Schweig as villain Pesh-Chidin, also known as El Brujo, in the 2003 film The Missing. This specific makeup was designed and overseen by Matthew Mungle and personally applied by Jamie Kelman.
Behind the scenes with the brothers Nunzio and Tony Scoleri, from Ghostbusters II.
Makeup effects on Sean Harris as Craig in Christopher Smith’s film Creep. Application ran at least 7 hours and prosthetics removal took 3 hours. While Harris said he started to hate the makeup process toward the end, he admitted liking having so many hours to get into the mindset of his character.
By Mike Stringer of Hybrid FX
a tie-dye t-shirt with Watto on it three times? Hell yeah put it on my body
I still have mine somewhere. I have problems.