Q. What is Studio 135?
A. Studio 135 offers Character Engineering Services in both digital and practical formats for clients ranging from large scale developers like Sony seeking blend shape assistance for their latest triple A title to direct to consumer clients seeking silicone masks to scare the neighbors. Lead by senior level character artist, Bryan Silva whose experience in the film, games, and toy industries have culminated in a unique skill set and services offered. Specializing in sculpting both traditionally and digitally, 3d modeling, texturing, and blend shape creation as well as molding, casting airbrushing, prosthetic appliance and silicone mask creation. We are available for contract work. Please feel free to contact us to discuss your projects needs and how we might be of service.
Q. Where can I find out more about Studio 135?
A. You can interact with us on the following sites. Please drop us a line.
Q. Where are you located?
Q. Can you paint my mask like "this"?
A. Yes we can make alterations to the paint job upon request. Either explain it to us, or better yet send a picture of what your after. We can make it happen for you. Use the Notes section of your order form to notify us of paint requests. We will contact you for more explanation if we don't fully understand your request.
Q. Do you do custom masks?
A. Not at this time. Our current schedule does not allow for custom mask orders.