Watch Rayce Bird, a special effects makeup artist, reveal the process behind his "monstrous" latex masks and walk through a demo for fans at Comic-Con.
(intense music) - There was a time where I was just terrified of putting anything that I dreamt about on paper. (electronic music) But I almost don't even have a choice now. I'm always going to be trying to refine this skill. (electronic music) I think that if you're really passionate about it and if it's really something you want to do, then you have to fight and you have to go through being bad at it for a long time before you start having successes.
As long as you're moving forward and willing to learn each day, then I think you'll be set.
Want to see how Rayce created the 3D model for the mask shown in the film? Watch his course, Sculpting a Creature in ZBrush and Photoshop.