Bruce D. Mitchell is an amazing sculptor who works in the film industry; his "Conceptual Executioner" site showcases a series of gorgeous masks and helmets from 2010. He implies that they have been offered for sale at some point, though no prices are given, leading me to believe that it's one of those, "If you have you ask, you probably can't afford," deals. At least we get to look.

I Have been working in the FX industry since 1992. I have contributed to the creation of various creatures, costumes, miniatures, set pieces and props. I have met and worked with some awesome talent and learned something from each of them. I will be showing my own work on this page. These are the pieces I have been making and showing in Gallery's and special venues. The Masks and Helmets are all wearable and incorporate some function. All pieces were created in my home studio. One thing I would like to say to any producers. Please do not look at this as a menu but rather what I have conceptually achieved so far. . . Thanks for viewing.

Bruce D. Mitchell Conceptual Executioner Discuss

3 Responses to “Science fictional, sculptural mask/helmets”

  1. a_w_young says:

    Very cool.
    I made a scrappy, rusty-looking robot helmet out of cardboard, wires, plastic bits/old toys/etc. for halloween one year. It looked alright but I think these are the kinds of things I probably really wanted & I didn’t stand a chance. Perhaps the process is more fun when you’re not limited to random bits around your home.

  2. G3 says:

    I love the work but with guys like this and Gustav Hoegen and others, you just have to be jealous of their man-cave. Think of the cool tools and materials they have to own. Their skill with a torch or lathe or English Wheel or ______?

  3. Henry Pootel says:

    $1000-3000, sells usually in galleries.

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