Ok got the last of the outdoor pics done, the neighbors were really freaked out and though he was a real guy lol. Of course they do not know the character but said he was very creepy and scary looking. It was really windy out and kept blowing his hair around which made him look even nastier but I wanted to get pics with his hair normal too but it was tough. The mask is by Twisted Toy Box as most know, and I modified and made arms out of Immortal 300 gloves being they have no wrists, I also have smaller more human like hands and a boot look for the beginning of the movie but they are not finished yet. I got the big feet on eBay and as I said painted and haired them, it was REALLY hard to find feet and only 2 people had them. I bought a severed head on eBay and it was not cheap, abot $65 but WELL worth it as I am going to use this with some other costumes and projects coming up. She will make a great smashed frozed face too of that blonde girl in Jason X, which was actuslly my original intention. She only had blood on the neck so I added some on various other places and coming out of the mouth, nose, and ears. Awesome head and light foam.
I tried to make the Madman hold it as well as hold the axe, but the axe was too heavy and pulls the arms down too much. I may get a polyfoam one sometime to display in his hands better. I made the axe out of a real handle and cardboard so it is light and 100% safe for parades if I ever get a wearable veron. I wanted a wearable so I could do some reenactment scenes for the DVD, but who knows maybe I will find another one for sale cheaper later on that will make it. I also made alternate sharp toenails as an omage to One's Customs figure and Monte Ward's doll as I thought they looked really cool, even though Madman's toels are not sharp in the movie. I also did pics with them off. I also added nasty hair on his toes from some hair left over from mohair beard that I used for Jason X. I added some grey and white color into it as well. They are wearable too and I am glad that I could use them on the foot stand and not have to use the calve one which raises up one de too much.
I had to cut out the heel though to get it in but only a small hole. I painted the feet to match the hands and arms and be close to the face as posble. I added some mroe girth too, but can only add so much being that I bought the clothes to fit me big as it is, and only one one correct color shirt ever which is the standard ze that I use for my and my display, (XL) which is perfect being that I do mostly Jason. I also got a video coming soon and I got to get all this together to send in for the DVD. Enjoy.