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The Masque of the Red Death by Thwan-Condu The Masque of the Red Death by Thwan-Condu
I wasn't sure how this should've been catagorised. So it's here. This is the Hallowe'en costume devised by myself and my friend Dorian. There were two main inspirations for it: Lon Chaney's Red Death outfit, and Edgar Allen Poe's original story 'Masque of the Red Death' from which Erik's costume is based.
The make up can only be seen a little on the hand and under the mask here, but I'll just mention that it's Leroux based.
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:iconvampireblackcat:
Finally! Someone remembered that ALL of Erik is death-like, not just his face (and not just a portion of his face). This is amazing, and you are spiffy.
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Gatana Jan 22, 2006
:jawdrop: wow..that looks incredible! XD :clap: you did VERY well
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depplosion Nov 1, 2005  Student Digital Artist
Holy wow. That's awesome. The mask is familiar...I think I know what you did. Ive seen lots of full-skull Halloween masks. Did you just modify it? XD But man, you look like a man. Go you ^^. And I can't believe that make-up job! Must have taken forever!
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:iconthwan-condu:
Thanks! Two hours for one hand and the face. It was insane. The mask actually came like that, found it on ebay.
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:iconpolar15:
Awesome!!!!
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Sylent-Anpu-Phantom Oct 30, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Very nicely done
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:iconilovefrisco:
Whoaa, sweet. I'd give you all my candy. :P
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:iconthwan-condu:
now that's what I like to hear
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HabitualFlippancy Oct 30, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
SWWWOOOON.
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