Hands down one of my favorite armors from the 80s. Helmet was sculpted and cast into bronze. There can only be one!
I'm slowly making all of the Hogwarts professors. Snape's perfectly tailored suit and cloak was a great challenge.
This creature is in the series for all of 2 minutes, and drives a sportscar. And might be actually Business Fish.
I knew I wanted to make something from Dragon Age, so why not a 7 ft tall monster with a silicone mask?
Queen of Asgard, kickass armor, and regal as hell, I had to make this costume.
One of my favorite old horror characters! Makeup job and costume by PUC; our lovely model is LeeleetheBunny.
Game of Thrones
Let's all take this moment to celebrate one of GRRM's most sassy and sauve heroes. If only he did not monologue.
I came late to Skyrim, but knew I had to sculpt one of these lizard people immediately. (He might even be the Archmage!)
I’m a notorious wuss around videogames when things leap out at me. But this costume's design is just so pretty.
Game of Thrones
My favorite over any other character in ASOIAF: the tall Maid of Tarth who knew exactly who she wanted to be.
This beautifully haunting design has been a white whale of a sculpt for me ever since it hit the screen.
If you ever see me in these robes, ask to have your fortune told. I always have a deck of Tarot cards!
Space police rhino is the best rhino. Check out the tutorial for a review of a new foam coating material, Epsilon!
Once Upon A Time
The bodice is a fully-boned steel corset sewn into the jacket, with over 250 buttons, gems, and pearls.
This badass was the reason I learned to sculpt. He stands 6'7” tall and barely fits through doors.
Dragon Age II
This was the first heavily-armored character I attempted, with a perk of having a giant (evil) sword.
Batman TV Series
Barbara Gordon from the TV Series (and her frilly motorcycle) was one of my heroes growing up.
Here you’ll find a set of one-off props: Supernatural's chalice, Dr Lazarus, Loki horns.