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cyclops 3:  Each skull started by adding layers of pm strips to an inflated balloon creating a solid armature or base for the prop. A series of cardboard templates were attached to the pm balloon to achieve the basic facial structure for each Cyclops.

cyclops 3: Each skull started by adding layers of pm strips to an inflated balloon creating a solid armature or base for the prop. A series of cardboard templates were attached to the pm balloon to achieve the basic facial structure for each Cyclops.

cyclops 10:  The eyeballs were made from tinfoil and polymer clay. The iris and pupil were created in Photoshop then printed onto plain paper, cut and glued to the clay eyeball. Clear glossy varnish was used to achieve the glossy wet-look.

cyclops 10: The eyeballs were made from tinfoil and polymer clay. The iris and pupil were created in Photoshop then printed onto plain paper, cut and glued to the clay eyeball. Clear glossy varnish was used to achieve the glossy wet-look.

cyclops 7:  Curved horns were created using the top half of a recycled water bottles, wire and newspaper. The spikes protruding from the head were formed by rolling newspaper into cone shapes.

cyclops 7: Curved horns were created using the top half of a recycled water bottles, wire and newspaper. The spikes protruding from the head were formed by rolling newspaper into cone shapes.

remember for Halloween: "crazy hair" get colored chalk and soak the chalk in water then add it to your hair and its instant color and washable

remember for Halloween: "crazy hair" get colored chalk and soak the chalk in water then add it to your hair and its instant color and washable

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