Sorry, but how do you know that?That photo shoot was not connected to filming, and those are not screen used coveralls
I think it’s also important to point out that he says they are labeled charcoal but definitely blue in appearance.They are WORKRITE brand. CHARCOAL GREY. The video on #44 of this thread will answer all your questions. He has other YouTube videos that give the exact model number.
Sorry, but how do you know that?
lol, I just had a conversation with a friend about the two valid schools of thought on costume and prop colors. It all comes down to screen or prop accuracy preferences.This has already been gone over several times in the Myers group, but if you aren’t over there, Zephro has stated that. I had it confirmed to me chatting with someone else. Taken off set after filming. Those aren’t screen used coveralls. As far as the color, Zephro had the hero coveralls in his office, and has stated several times that they’re charcoal.
ToTs will be releasing a costume replica soon. Blue or charcoal, ToTs or Workrite, I don’t think it matters, buy what you like.
Sorry for the cellphone pics. The nice camera wasn’t cooperating with the color and I don’t have time to mess with it.
Waiting for the glue to dry before I go in and style the hair, but here is my redone ToTs. Aimed for the one Chris Nelson had on display at Maskfest. There are some small paint changes I’ve got to make but this is pretty much there.
If anyone is curious about the process, the original paint peeled right off of the mask. What I couldn’t get off by peeling, I scrubbed down with Naptha.
I base coated it an off-white with Rubber Cement Paint, (Rubber Cement, Oil Paint, and Naptha to thin) and then did a few washes with brown and greenish PAX. The mask was lightly wiped down with Lacquer thinner to take off the PAX from the high points but leave it in the cracks. Don’t use Naptha for this step or you can pull off the Rubber Cement base.
The rest was just a fine liner brush, going back and forth between white, shading grey, burnt umber, and antelope brown. The hair is a custom blend of mine, still needs to be styled.
For accuracy there should be “blood” around the needle hole and eyes but I’m leaving that off of mine.
If anyone is going to repaint their copy and wants to chat about it or ask any questions, just shoot me a PM. Always happy to help.
(Sorry about the photos being sideways, I think I fixed it.)
Do you have a tutorial on how to re-style the hair? (Or if you offer services for this I'd love to know)