Jeremy Bohr's "Waterboy" Drowns In Realism

One thing I like to do is showcase masks and busts that are as close to screen accurate as possible from the Friday the 13th films. I have been doing so for a couple of years now on the previous site I wrote for. So, today I wanted to show a spectacular piece from artist Jeremy Bohr. Forum member Michael at the forum posted up images of a commissioned bust created by Jeremy Bohr titled "Waterboy".

This is a 1:1 scale bust of Ari Lehman's character, young Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th 1980. The attention to detail is astonishing as Jeremy captured every exact detail of Tom Savini's makeup for the boy that wasn't a very good swimmer. The piece is foam filled and has Tech-optic glass eyes. Compare the picture of the bust below to a behind the scenes pic of the young Jason and see if you can pick out any glaring differences. To check out more of Jeremy Bohr's work, visit

Behind The Scenes Image From Friday the 13th 1980

Jeremy Bohr's "Waterboy"

1 comment:

  1. Spectacular work. I mean that is truly spot on work there. Congrats to whomever owns that.


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