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Ryan

Freelance Horror Artist & Drawer

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This was a 5ft. tall coffen that someone wanted made for there portch decoration on halloween. I've never made anything like this before and this was my first ever. The door is fully functional with hinges even though a coffen of this type never had hinges. It was a request by the customer. :)
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This was another blank that I got in from a friend. Not sure who it's soposed to be so I painted it my own way. I also used professional Perma Blood on this guy. As you can see, this perma blood works well on just about anything.
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This was a blank that I purchased from a friend. It is one of the demons from "The Evil Dead 2". I trimmed it, painted it and applied the hair.
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I wanted to make a beach closed sign from Jaws to hang in my personal collection since it is my favorite horror film. I desided to make a trio and sell a few off. Pretty basic work and I sopose a bit tedious, but still a fun project.
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This was a basic mini bust sculpt that I did last year. I didn't really have a goal with this piece. I just started throwing clay together and this is where I ended up.
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This was a before and after paintjob that I did to my Kirk mask. On the left is what it used to look like and the shot taken on the right is what it looks like now. I have applied hair to it since these were taken.
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I wanted to produce a knife that would not only be economical, but would look real enough to fool anyone on HalloweeN. So I started making the perfect costume butcher knives. These are all made from thin 1/4" plywood, painted to look real and again using professional grade perma blood.
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A while back someone wanted a prop Scythe for there Leslie Vernon costume from "Behind The Mask". I made this using 1" dowl rod for the handle, copper tubing pipe for the arm and the blade is made out of thin 1/4" plywood. I then painted it and added some weathering. I used professional Perma Blood which is rather expensive, but it really delivers an authentic look.
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This is the part 6 version that I desided to make. I again used 1/2" plywood. I chipped away some of the bottom of the sign and painted it to look semi rotted. I also replicated the muddy weathering at the bottom.
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Replica Crystal Lake Sign. I made these out of 1/2" plywood. Cut them all out, hand painted every last detail.
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About Me:
For the last 3 years now, I've been working on horror props and average projects of the same. Its been a hobby of mine ever since I was little. I have a full catalog of work that I've done in the past as well as recent projects that have been completed. If you need a portfollio of pictures to show what I can do, then that is no problem at all. :)
I sketch and draw on and off. I'm not afraid to try anything artistic. I enjoy various forms of art no matter what it is.
I can do alot more and if given the chance I'll be able to speak with you and share interests in whatever the project may be. I believe that 50% of the projects outcome is in your imagination as well!
Thanks for taking the time to learn a little bit about me!

--Ryan
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United States