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Character Creation Training & Special Effects Videos From the Masters of Monster Making

Character Creation Training & Special Effects Videos From the Masters of Monster Making
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// - CG artists homepage with fresh CG industry news // concept robots WonderCon 2009: Interview Damon Bard missmonster — MASKS Follow me on Twitter @missmonstermel Shopping Cart Your Total: $0.00 Check Out Customer Login Masks are made in limited numbers. These pages are arranged chronologically with the newest pieces first. Custom masks are not available and i do not take private commissions. I do occasionally put a new doll or mask up for auction on ebay, click here to check. If you would like to know when new masks are coming out please keep an eye on the shop's blog! Show all filter tags Filter products: 1 2 3 … 11 Next » Ecommerce Software by Shopify. © 2017 missmonster. contact

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