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  1. https://www.deviantart.com/factor13th/art/Part-5-Mask-Finished-770035270 https://www.deviantart.com/factor13th/art/Part-5-costume-bust-shot-770035278 This is a costume, that I have been working on for the past couple months.. to be as movie accurate as possible.. which reminds me i have to re-do the top part of the mask, because i placed the strap wrong.. forgot that in the movie it folds. Anyways, for those who like roy, like me if you want to create a the costume here are the paints you will need. 1. Raw Sienna for the based, and burnt umber mixed with burnt sienna for the grime/dirt. (For the mask I decided to go with a cleaner version that could be seen in this link. https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/fridaythe13th/images/3/36/5_trivia.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20171001174213) The colors were given to us by david miller himself who made the part 5 mask. "It's just layers of acrylic paint washes applied with a sea sponge. No secrets. Each layer needs to dry before the next one is applied." As to the specific colors, he said: "A little burnt umber mixed with burnt sienna for the grime. A final REALLY thin wash of raw sienna to give it a SLIGHT subtle yellowish tone." 2. Costume, is a spruce green Red Kap which you can find on Amazon. The suit actual colors are spruce green, they look blue depending on the lighting you are in. (Here's a link to the suit. https://www.amazon.com/Red-Kap-Action-Coverall-Spruce/dp/B007EYZE6A?keywords=red+kap+coveralls&qid=1540638436&sr=8-1-spons&ref=sr_1_1_sspa&psc=1) and if you don't believe me about the colors.. here is the actor of roy telling you the colors ( ) 3. The boots are a brown color.. I couldn't find those so what i am going to do is possibly paint my black boots. 4. The hood, is from escapetheory (https://escapetheorystudios.bigcartel.com/product/v-hood)
  2. I had a request to share this info, so without further adieu... I spent Friday the 13th, October 2017 at a convention (flyer here) and was able to learn a lot of information about the Part 7 costume. The night started with a photo-op with Kane Hodder in full Part 7 makeup, so I was literally face to terrifying face with it (he lifted me up by my chin just as the photographer took the picture). During the rest of the weekend I spoke to John Carl Buechler (Director & Make-up designer for Part 7) about his process for both the makeup and the mask. John started by reviewing the previous films to keep continuity with all the injuries and damage that Jason had taken. With that as a starting point, he degraded him further to show the rot that had occured from being in the lake for so long. Over time the leather gloves and utility belt would completely rot off, the clothes would wear and tear, flesh would bloat and be fed upon. A rib cage, spine, shoulder bones, forearms, knees, guts, etc., were sculpted, molded, and then cast in a poly foam. Each were given appropriate paint jobs and in some cases made to look wet (like the guts) and then had liquid latex applied over them to mimic rotted dripping flesh. The head was twelve seperate pieces cast in silicone (IIRC), painted up, and then applied to Kane one at a time. Kane mentioned that it took several hours to apply the makeup and there was no getting out of it until the day's shoot was done. The full makeup was worn during the entire filming. This was a different process than most of the Jasons had to go through, as the others only had a full face makeup when his face was revealed, the rest of the time they just wore an open faced cowl so they weren't so trapped in the costume. From there they weathered the clothes by randomly cutting them up, but in some cases specifically to reveal the makeup work below. The chain was actually plastic painted to look like rusted metal. For the mask he was given the previous film's mask as a starting point. I, unfortunately, didn't think to ask if he meant that he received the mold from the Part 6 or a pull to recast (I'm assuming a pull). It was vaccuformed in black ABS plastic and then intentionally made smaller, by removing much of the perimiter of the mask, to reveal more of the underlying makeup and simulate some extra wear from being under water. Then it was cut to remove the propeller damaged area and given many deep cuts/scratches to simulate cracks at the point of impact from the propeller. More weathering like the bubbly "road rash" like texture over and around the right eye (which was done with a torch), slight warping at some points (most notably on the right cheek), and other random wear and scratches were added. The shape of the mask, propeller damage, and warping were also done very deliberately (explained further down). There were several copies made at the time of filming, but only the one was actually used during filming, because, in John's words, the others "walked off the set". It was then painted and weathered in acryllics in a lighter tone than the Part 6. The mask is definitely, and very intentionally, lighter than the Part 6 mask. While I always just assumed that this was due to much of the blood and grime washing off while under water, there is actually another reason that John lightened the color palette and made the other creative decisions that he did with the shape and size of the mask, he was very deliberately trying to give it the look of a skull. He told me that he wanted his "meat terminator" Jason to look like death in the shadows. Finally, Kane confirmed that the black scratches were a natural occurance from filming because only the one mask was used during the shoot. He remembers one set of scratches coming from his fall into the puddle of water on the gravel road and another coming from his face dive down the stairs of the porch after the roof was dropped on him.
  3. William Shatner

    Jason Friday The 13th part 6 costume help

    I'm going to be Jason From Friday the 13th part 6 for Halloween and so far I got everything but the dart from in the pouch, I don't need the knife part I'm looking to make just the stick and the little string that came off them since that is all that is seen and for the life of me i can figure out how to make them them. I also need help figuring out how to make the fence post that Jason had at the beginning(I was think about not making it as he got rid of it fast what do you think)
  4. Hi all! So, my local photography studio decided to celebrate Friday the 13th with a Friday the 13th themed photoshoot. We not only had Jason, of course, but Roy, Tommy Jarvis, a counsellor based on Brenda from Part One, and other victims. I thought some people might get a kick out of them, so decided to share them here. The main man himself: Putting his chain to good use: 'The Jarvis' being put in to action (although unfortunately it's quite hard to see): Tommy vs Jason: Tommy vs Jason again: Tommy too late to the rescue: Roy getting in on the fun: Tommy getting ready to try the whole 'shotgun' thing: Roy killing: Jason finally takes down Tommy: And finally, Roy in all his glory: (One fun fact about Roy, his costume's overalls were DEFINITELY green, so it just goes to show how blue they can look under the right lighting, just like in the movie!).
  5. These are some costumes I'd like to see in game, they all have roots in horror and some would just be fun to run around in. Adam Palomino - Cult Robes, dark green with black trim, hood down. Ceremonial weapon on belt. A.J. Mason - Hospital pants, open backed gown or bathrobe. Slippers and left wrist has a bracelet from Westin Hills. Brandon "Buggzy" Wilson - Cult Robes, dark green with black trim, hood down. Ceremonial weapon on belt. Chad Kensington - Priest outfit, complete with collar. It's a horror classic, and it fits in a weird way. Deborah Kim - Cult Robes, dark blue with black trim, I know she didn't pay to be in the game like the other Cultists but they need some female representation. So she can be a new recruit to the 'Cult of the 13th', secret worshippers of Voorhees. Eric "J.R." LaChappa - Cult Robes, dark green with black trim, hood down. Has coils of rope on his belt for tying down sacrifices. Fox - Gypsy fortune teller, the classic crystal ball type, blue skirt, white blouse, red shawl. Tarot cards hanging in a mesh bag from her belt. Jenny Myers - Human Sacrifice, white dress with flowers in her hair. Leather cuffs, anklets, collar, and belt with loops for tying her to an alter. Kenny Riedell - Cult Robes, dark red with black trim, hood up covering his head. Some Mark of Status ie. badges in human sacrifice, recruiting innocents and cult leadership. Mitch Floyd - Wearing tattered rags, looks like he's been held captive for weeks/months, dirty hands and bare feet. Shelly - wearing the Hockey Mask, come on this would be so cool. Even if I have to take it off Jason and instead of going in my inventory, Shelly wears it. Tiffany Cox - Nun, with full habit. Not overtly complicated but kinda funny. Vanessa Jones - Brujah(witch) practitioner of Vodun(voodoo), loose skirt and leg wrappings, GrisGris bag and classic voodoo doll pinned to her belt. Upper body is painted with a crop top over the arcane symbols. So what do you all think, worth a couple of bucks?
  6. Tecomate Buck

    Like my Part 3 Costume.

    This here is my Part 3 Jason Costume. Side View and Front View. What do you think..? Any ideas on how to make it any better as well? Thanks! P.S.: Keep in mind, I'm only 14 years old, so don't expect me to be as big as Jason. Also, sorry for the bad quality...
  7. I am stoked for this first off, super stoked, that aside here are just a few of the many things I hope we get in this game. --- Jason is a stalker, I hope we get lots of windows, Jason can watch through windows, but as anyone who has see the Fridays can attest, Jason needs the ability to break the glass and snag a councelor from within a cabin... Don't go to close to those windows!! --- Mrs Voorhies??? --- I hope Jason Controls something like left for dead zombies, where he can basically teleport as an invisible ghost with the ability to appear just out of site of the players. This gives hime the ability to appear in a room that was just checked by a group, or around the next tree on a dark lonely path through the woods, as so often happens in the films. --- Friday the 13th part two costume, easily the scariest Version of Voorhies, let me put a bag on my head with a single hole in it and kill some kids!! What are you all hoping for?
  8. I was thinking of a Toxic Avernger Jason with a mop as a weapon. He kind of looks like Jason. Does anyone have any other ideas?
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