View Full Version : Repainted Bump In The Night slim Killer Klown

11-16-2007, 12:37 AM
Hi guys I recentlypoasted about being unhappy with my bump in th night productions slim killer klowns mask so I redid him.


I wasn't thrilled with his original paint and hairwork so i gave him a redo. The only thing i didn't repaint was the blue "makeup" above the eyes. I used plain white for the skin and gave him a pink wash in the wrinkles and other areas. I also used a very thin red wash over the purple around the eyes and a black wash on his lips and nose.

I also glossed his eyes and teeth with some epoxy. As for his hair I used some thin wooden dowels in the middle of the sprouts to make them stand up ( they were crushed from shipping) I also took a bit of hair from the back and did a little work on his hair line.

I'm pretty happy with it. For being mass produced i think it came out pretty nice, What do you guys think ?





Gore Galore
11-16-2007, 07:19 AM
I think you did a beautiful job.
It is always a good way to work on your skills too. Get blanks from companies cheaper and paint them yourself. It gives you the perfect surface to work on.

Jim Warfield
11-16-2007, 08:05 AM
"Getting Blanks" from mask makers might be difficult since I was told a blank can be made into a mold more easilly and then you would be casting your own dups of their product? Going into Production.
I could be wrong on this, my memory distorts things sometimes, like my bank balance figure, how old I am,forgetting that a person is not supposed to stick both thumbs up their nose in public! You know, that sort of stuff.

Gore Galore
11-16-2007, 04:49 PM
this is true.
Not about your nose though.
However, whenever we sell blanks we usually make the buyer sign a contract they will not mold or finish one of our pieces and try to market it as their own.
And don't think it hasn't happened.

11-17-2007, 10:44 AM
Thanks for the replys guys. It would be cool to work on some blanks some time. Too bad bump in the night dosent sell them.