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Elm Studios Part 7 Jason Voorhees Display Bust Project

Many Friday The 13th fans agree that the look of Jason in Friday The 13th Part 7: The New Blood is the best and most definitive look for the character. Now we all know that not everyone agrees with that, but the look from that film is always referenced by the populace and the decayed look of Jason in The New Blood is awesome to look at. Well, now fans may have an opportunity to own a very realistic looking replica bust of the character for their home.

Elm Studios is currently sculpting a high end replica bust of Jason Voorhees from Part 7 where the in-progress pics highlighted below are showing a great amount of detail. No word yet on what exactly materials the bust is being made out of, but read more about the project below, for which the images and information were posted at the Michael-Myers.net discussion forum. The one caveat worth mentioning is the price. The bust is looking to sell for $1,000! This cost will severely limit the number of people purchasing, but the amount of skill being used to create the likeness is worth writing about.

From Michael-Myers.net Forum
THIS IS THE FIRST PIECE THAT I CAN SHOW YOU GUYS AND WILL BE AVAILABLE IN A FEW WEEKS. IT IS A JASON VORHEES BUST FROM PART 7 (THE NEW BLOOD). THE FINISHED PIECE WILL BE WITH SHOULDERS AND REAL WEATHERED SHIRT COMPLETE WITH METAL CHAIN & DISPLAYED ON A QUITE AWESOME BASE & WILL ALSO HAVE A HIGHLY DETAILED WEATHERED METAL PLAQUE.


AS A FOOTNOTE, KANE HODDER THE ACTOR WHO PLAYED JASON IN PART 7 IS AWARE OF THIS PROJECT AND WILL HAVE SOME INVOLVEMENT IN THE FINISHED ARTICLE. AT THE MOMENT WE ARE TRYING TO GUAGE WHAT SORT OF INTEREST THERE MAY BE IN THIS PROJECT.

So check out the sculpting photos below and then look further below that to see another finished piece by Elm Studios of Jason from Part 7 to get an idea of the quality of work. To inquire about the piece, make sure to contact them directly at their website, www.elm-studios.com.





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