The Last of Us is an Amazing game and since I saw the first images of the Infected Ive been working on this Clicker cosplay.
The Game itself is Fantastic! If you want to know more then check out these links.
First is the BBC clip that started it all. All facts and when you think about it, it really is scary youtu.be/XuKjBIBBAL8
The second link is Hush. Naughty Dog’s vid doc which was my main source of research for this project youtu.be/-ICRQYIoORg
Body Painter and Modelling FX jwbeyond.deviantart.com/
Polycell Expanding Foam Polyfilla re-moulded. Without this process I couldn't have dreamed of doing this shoot.
Years ago while making my GOZU head I used this foam Polyfilla to fill and carve most of the head shape, while testing it I found that you can shape and mould the foam as its setting. It was perfect to make a Cordyceps Fungus mask for my Clicker costume. In total I used 3 cans of Foam Polyfilla at a cost of £21. If you try this yourself please follow the guidelines on the Can and use safety eye-wear/gloves at all times.
More Clicker images in my The Last of Us gallery: jwbeyond.deviantart.com/galler…
More Urbex images in my Bristol gallery: jwbeyond.deviantart.com/galler…
Naughty Dog www.naughtydog.com/
There isn't much to say about this cat portrait other than that it is one of favourite photos of Smarty and one of my favourite photos ever, and that it was about time it got a little revamp. (Oh, and that it appears to be one of your favourite photos of mine as well, considering the amount of comments, faves, and views it has collected over the years, which makes very happy, as it portrays my beloved kitty.)
I didn't do much though because I genuinely like it as it is. Still, I felt like a little editing was needed, so I removed the thin black border, updated the watermark with something more stylish, and finally saturated the colours just a little bit. :3
"Look at the sky. It's not dark and black and without character... the black is, in fact, deep blue. And over there: lighter blue, and blowing through the blues and blackness the winds swirling through the air and then shining, burning, bursting through: the stars! And you see how they roar their light. Everywhere we look, the complex magic of nature blazes before our eyes."This work is part of my official series of Doctor Who poster-paintings based on the newer seasons. This one is of the Eleventh Doctor as played by Matt Smith. Originally commissioned by ~KLCx, thank you! Ref image from the 2010 Christmas Special.