Yo, yo, Dread Central art fans! Here we are yet again highlighting one lucky artist in our weekly art spotlight.
The Devil’s Muse this week is Jason King, a self-taught artist who has always been obsessed with horror and Halloween. His specialty is sculpting, more specifically Halloween masks. Not just any old masks though, Jason’s work is on a whole ‘nother level.
One notable creation that we’d like to point out is Jason’s Nameless Ghoul mask he created for Trick Or Treat Studios this year. Ghost fans, you’ll definitely wanna check this out!
The rest of Jason’s work is equally stellar, so check out the gallery below for even more unbelievable sculpting work. Still haven’t gotten enough of this week’s Devil’s Muse? Then check out his Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, DeviantArt, YouTube, and Twitch channel.
Don’t forget to come back next week for another Devil’s Muse!
Artist’s Bio (from Trick Or Treat Studios):
Jason King is a self-taught artist born and raised in San Diego, California.
Jason grew up watching 80s horror movies and was a natural born Halloween fanatic. He began experimenting with special effects makeup at 10 years old, terrorizing his friends and family with fake wounds and more fake blood than a child should have access to.
His first job was acting at a Halloween haunted attraction, which led to working as a makeup artist, which led to a life long interest in making Halloween masks.
In 2002 he took his tax return and turned it into mask making supplies. Two years later he was working for a costume company as a mold maker. Four years after that he was sculpting for Rubie’s Costume Company, working on the very licenses he grew up watching.