This was a Freddy Krueger Demon that I sculpted and
painted for the film "Wes Craven's New Nightmare."
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Thanks for visiting my gallery thread on ConceptArt. I want to take this opportunity to introduce myself and give a brief summary of whom I am. My name is Evan Campbell and I am a free-lance sculptor living in California. My interest in art started at the age of eight, and this early fascination with creating eventually lead to the movie business. Over the last fifteen years, through different studios, I have been lucky to contribute to many films and TV shows. This particular thread will be dedicated solely to my work in the film industry and the early portfolio pieces leading up to this profession. My contributions in these creations, for the most part, rest mainly in the sculpture phase. Many of these works were painted by other artists. Some of the larger sculptures were created with other technicians and will be noted under the corresponding image. These photos were given in good faith by the studios and production companies for use in my portfolio. Once again, thank you for viewing my work...and now for the feature presentation.
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I look your DA Amazing Job
ABOVE: This was a sculpture for a full body suit I
created for the 1996 film "From Dusk till Dawn."
ABOVE: This was a sculpture for a hand puppet for
the 1996 film "From Dusk till Dawn."
These are prosthetic makeups I sculpted for Salma Hayek and Harvey Keitel for the Robert Rodriguez film "From Dusk Till Dawn."
TOP: Salma Hayek in full head makeup as the snake lady Santanico Pandemonium.
LEFT: Harvey Keitel in full face makeup as a demonic preacher.
RIGHT: A fake head puppet of demon Harvey for his melting demise.
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Awesome work... I hope I'll be like that someday(Talent wise)
Are you from Puerto Rico, and you sculpt? Contact me if you do! Looking for people to teach me more in sculpting.
Awesome work... I hope I'll be like that someday(Talent wise
I think you can do anything you want...just work real hard at it and don't give up.
This was a prosthetic appliance I sculpted and painted for the 1994 film "Pulp Fiction."
Being a Freddy afficionado, i just have to say that i love the sculpt!
Do you have any formal training? A lot of concept designers in the industry seems to be self taught, and that gives a happy amateur like me hope
Thanks for the compliment...that really means a lot to read! I have had no formal training. Just tons of practice for many years. Almost all of the people that I have met, that I think are really talented were self taught. I still feel like an amateur! When I have to do a sculpture I never know if I will succeed or fail miserably.
This was a sculpture I created along with two other artists for the 1998 film "The Faculty."
wow, thanks a lot for posting your amazing work, its very inspirational!
Its Great to have such a master join the forum,there are alot of talented people on here,and it's great that you take the time to show, and inspire us with your work.
Thanks for posting
I was one of four artists who sculpted a twelve
foot version of the Violator for the comic book
movie Spawn. I also sculpted a smaller version
model that was used for CGI scanning and ended
up being what was mostly seen.
Whoa dude, you have worked on some cool movies! Violator and Spawn himself were the only characters in the movie that came close to the comic, in my opinion. MacFarlane should have directed himself...
The animatronic Violator is cool though, particulary in the alleyway scene.
Hello Master. Evan Campbell Dude
I just wanted to say that I think your work is scarily amazing and very inspiring! Thank you for gracing us with your presence, and for sharing with us your works of art. I can't wait to see loooooooaaaaads more from you! And a warm welcome to CA!
Check out my scary monster thread!
Want lotsa sculpture resources? Add some if you want to!
ABOVE: This was a sculpture I created for the Clive Barker
film "Lord of Illusions." It never ended up in the final cut but
it was still great to be able to render one of his visions.
ABOVE: This was a prehistoric butterfly/moth sculpture I created
for the 1998 film "Phantoms". The movie was an adaptation
of a Dean Koontz's book under the same name.
Very inspiring work, Evan. Thanks.
omg. you are the best.
you created the monsters for at least 4 of my favourite movies.
way to go! and please, please, please keep posting 3+))
WoW- I'd like to post some really quippy intellectual comment on these, but I'm too busy choking on my cornflakes in amazement!!
More, more more pretty please...
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ABOVE: This is a pair of fake head sculptures I did for a Fox reality (TV) series "Murder in Small Town X"
One Eyed Terror - Thank you for the very nice comment!
limion - What a wonderful message to read...thanks for taking a moment to write.
TeaMonster - I am glad you like the work...lots more to post!
WOW i must say your work is amazing. it's good to see that free lance sculptors can work on such awesome jobs. keep up the great work. cant wait to see more!!
Thank you so much for sharing your amazing work !! huhu these creatures are so cool , I hope you had so much fun creating it we had seeing it on screens OK so now, please keep on posting , I want to see more of these fantastic works
This was a fake head sculpture I did of actor Dallas Page for the film "Hood of Horror"
fritofrito - Thanks so much...I have been very lucky in getting employment.
BiFFF - I have had a lot of great moments working on films but like anything it can become a job. Thanks for writing such a nice comment...I appreciate it!
This was a sculpture I created of a mummified child's head
for the movie "Citizen X". The film tells the story of serial
killer Andrei Chikatilo.
This is another fake cadaver that I sculpted for the movie "Citizen X"...dressed with mud before filming.
These are two fake bodies that I worked on for the movie
"Citizen X". The film tells the story of serial killer Andrei Chikatilo.
I never tire of looking at your work, Evan. Not in the slightest. You jump effortlessly from surreal personal projects and professional assignments. And, as I've said before, you've had a hand in developing the look and feel of some of my cinema favorites. That can't go without a word of praise.
Keep the work coming. These visions are inspiring to all levels of skill and experience.
... a cry went up into the shuddering air, and faded to a shrill wailing, passing with the wind, a voice bodiless and thin that died, and was swallowed up, and was never heard again in that age of this world.