Art director, illustrator, writer, show designer, sculptor, puppeteer, and maker of things. Inconveniently enamored with outdated technology, and pretty much every kind of cultural aspect of the American early 1960s. Will pay big bucks to the guy who produces a plausible time machine.
There is a look of our old pal Big Daddy Roth there too if I am not mistaken
whoah..never noticed that one before.
The ghost seems to have a bit more of a squint going on- is this caused by distorting the final skin with the internal animatronics? I would assume the ghost has a solid head with no internal works, since that's not really required for his part in the Mansion. Does that mean that his represents the more accurate head sculpt, and that the Auctioneers has been manipulated into that expression by the functioning eyes, brows etc...?
Do we know who the inspriration was for those figures? Was it one of the imagineers, or is that face entirely a creation of Blaine Gibson's?
Kevin - great to see the two next to each other. Thanks!
haha, i see what Mick sees! Great visual comparison, Kev! There are many more duplicates if you seek them!
Very cool! Thanks for the comparison!
The Bride Auctioneer = The Duelist = Ed Roth? What a chain of identities. Definitely reincarnation.
Picture of Roth:
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