I hung out with the effects modeling and makeup students at the Art Institute and none of them wore anything they couldn't afford to lose. They were covered in dust and heaven knows what else walking around and were filthy head to foot. It's like working in your basement shop you don't wear good clothes when doing manual labor. Unless you're a few foremen i worked with then you just boss folks around while dressing nice.
That guy is so full of himself. I call him "smiles" for obvious reasoning LOL.
You guys may be shocked at how many horror make up effects people look and dress that part.
The show needs to be taken at face value ,for what it is, a scripted reality show.Actually i think it hurts professional monster makers ,he seems so unprofessional,always late,cant be bothered with clients,between comments and faces how does he get work?But the one thing drives me crazy ,all those molds left outside in the elements, come on man! are you serious?
And honestly there are many artists on this forum can work circles around him easy
Like I said, you would be amazed at how realistic the character of Monster Man actually is to low budget MUFX people in real life. They are notoriously slow, later than Filipino time, cant budget anything out, never answer the phone, have some form of inferiority complex, large ego, dress the part, always set up directly in front of camera, have some inherent belief its someone elses job to clean up after them, are convinced their work is what makes and saves anything...