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Horrifyingly Cool Last of Us Clicker Mask Tutorial
The realm of horror and special effects is not one I dive into often because I’m a wimp, but the work of the makeup artists who design monsters and creatures and replicate the looks of them is worth admiration. Kiana Jones, also known as Freakmo, is one of those artists. She’s mostly self-taught and specializes in gore and faux injuries. She uses a variety of techniques and materials to achieve the grotesque and weird and shares thorough tutorials documenting each step on YouTube.
Kiana recently posted the final parts of a detailed how-to on making a Clicker mask from The Last of Us. The infected people have unique fungus-like attributes, and Kiana captured them all.
See the rest of Kiana’s Clicker tutorial at YouTube. You can also follow her work at Facebook.
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