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It's Me- by FullmetalotakuDCK
It's Me-
Finally finished my Golden Freddy Head! This one does not feature the glowing eyes... though i may eventually go back in and add some because i like the way they seem to follow you when set in the empty sockets. The hat is permanently attached, the nose does squeak, and he features a bit more wiring and grime than his predecessor
The Torador March by FullmetalotakuDCK
The Torador March
Here we see my new Freddy Fazbear head with his eerie glowing eyes. The one with protruding wires is removable for safer visibility, and even features a mini glowing LED in the empty socket to give it that "Less-than-Empty Suit" feel!
Hey Kids! by FullmetalotakuDCK
Hey Kids!
Meet Freddy! My first ever attempt at making a mascot head! He is made of upholstery foam and felt, and features a hinged jaw that attaches with magnets, glowing eyes that can flicker at any frequency, hard, clacking teeth, a magnet-attached tophat for tipping at M'ladies, and one removable eye for easier, safer wear. I am very happy with how it turned out and the reactions he's gotten already, and i hope to make more of his friends later. Springtrap would be fun! I saw someone who started one on the web, and I wouldn't even have to attach felt to it if i did it right!
IT'S ME by FullmetalotakuDCK
My 2nd attempt at a FNAF character head. Meet Golden Freddy! He fits a bit snugger than his predecessor, ad lacks the light up eyes, but his jaw can be moved to imitate speech, which is always fun. Or it can just hang limp. that works too.
My First Monster by FullmetalotakuDCK
My First Monster
This piece i am particularly proud of. It is not my first mask, but is the very first that i sculpted from scratch, made a fiberglass mold of, cast, cut, painted, stitched, bolted, haired, and brought to life! This baby featured genuine stitching, yarn on the brow and upholstery thread on the temple, and genuine bolts in the temples. He is painted with glow in the dark paint, and also glows bright green under UV light. The blood detail is my own special concoction of reds and blacks, and the hair is artificial wool. I love this one so because it opens up a lot of mask-making opportunities for me, as well as me making masks that can be mass-produced and, perhaps most important of all, sold. Sadly, his birth was not without its flaws, much like the monster's own birth! The mold cracked and was punctured in places, so with each pull i lost more and more detail. HOWEVER COMMA BUT i have learned from my past blunders and shall apply my knowledge to my next project!


Noctem "Nox" Nightwalker
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
United States
I'm a single Brony (I know, I'm flabbergasted, too!) Who collects and customizes ponies, as well as Masks and other fun oddities.

Current Residence: In the stidgeon bowels of Leviathan
Favourite genre of music: Soundtrack, anime, comedy, classic Rock, J-Rock
Favourite photographer: ME
Favourite style of art: anime, Pony (duh), Macabre
MP3 player of choice: I Pood
Shell of choice: Clam, Nautalis
Wallpaper of choice: L
Skin of choice: None
Favourite cartoon character: The elric Brothers, 98.3% of MLP cast, the Joker
Personal Quote:Your life is only as meaningful as you make it.
Well as anyone with functioning corneas can see I'm on a bit of a mask binge at the moment... More pony art will likely be sprawling out at the end of the season. I am delighted to say i now have the capabilities to make my very own custom latex masks! I plan on making masks for the Collector, Leatherface, Laughing Jack, the chatterer, Jeff, and possibly tons more!  I haven't been posting a whole lot lately due to the winter seasonal depression. Christmas AND Valentines day? eeyaaaaaayyyyyy :(
anywho, since i've been such a good...ish boy this year i plan on treating myself to a final Michael Myers mask from the Propshopsite. it's so damn hard to find a clean rob zombie version, and they have the best-looking one for the fairest price.
  • Mood: Lonely
  • Listening to: An Die Freude
  • Reading: your mind
  • Watching: My Diminutive Equine: Companionship is Sublime
  • Eating: ......
  • Drinking: Coke-Aka the Elixir of Life

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awesometovar Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, how much would it be to have you make and send me a realistic Slenderman mask? I'll probably do anything and everything as long as it's reasonable.
malkavian40 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
What's your thoughts on the Blind-bag Crystal/Glitter Ponies?

To me they're a bit too glittery sometimes.
FullmetalotakuDCK Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
they are entirely too glittery. they could've avoided the fuss by simply mixing the glitter into the actual plastic but nooooo! I usually clear-coat my glittery pones to keep it from getting on everything.
malkavian40 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I agree they could/should have done that, but that would make to much sense.

Do you use a spray-on clear coat?
FullmetalotakuDCK Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
yes, preferably spray polyurethane varnish. i use it on all my customs because it doesn't react with the paint
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malkavian40 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I bought a "Brushie pony", I think that's what I heard them called, of RD and of course the mane and tail are crap for style. How do you make your figures look so good?
FullmetalotakuDCK Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I had a bit of trouble at first, but after some searching i've learned some tricks. Whatcha gotta do is 1. Wet her mane, brush out all the snarls, and slick it to the side to make bangs. I usually part somewhere near the ear line. 2. Use string or rubber bands to keep the hair in place. fiddle with it until it looks nice. 3. THis you can do one of two ways. The most effective way to style a pony mane and make it stay is to dip it in boiling water for a second or two. if you are nervous about this, you can also let her hair dry under a warm light bulb. 4. After she's totally dry, remove the hair ties and trim to your heart's desire!
malkavian40 Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for the tips!
FullmetalotakuDCK Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Not a problem! Hope it works for ya
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malkavian40 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Do you reside in the Republic of Tejas by any chance?
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