I haven't had any new scores for quite a while until I picked up an SSN Durand recently. Here the story behind it for those who care ...
From the beginning I didn't intend to keep it the way it was. I wanted this great cast to unleash its full potential, so I contacted the guys I thought could deliver me the best H20 finishing work I could imagine. So the first one to lay hands on it was Tom Smith from Smith's Grove Sanitarium. In my opinion he does the best H20 paintjobs out there so I had him rip off the hair and repaint this mask.
After that it went to Scott from Quiet on the Set Studios for a rehair with real human hair.
Finally it went back to Tom Smith for the hairline overspray and after he was finished, sent it back to me.
I recieved the mask today and all I can say is WOW. It doesn't even look like the same mask anymore. The paintjob is beautifully done and gives it a really authentic feel. Also the hairjob is magnificent, I've never seen someone a mask haired with that many rows before.
At this point I want to thank both Tom and Scott for the incredible job they did on this awesome SSN mask. I can highly recommend both of these guys, they have been a pleasure doing buness with, they permanently kept me updated, top customer service there.
And now enough with the talk, I snapped some quick pics of it after I briefly styled up the hair. I hope you'll enjoy this folks, again many thanks to Tom and Scott, you rule gentlemen!
Next to my SG H20