Special effects make-up guru Kevin Kirkpatrick is very much our kind of dork. He's structured the gore for everything fromTron
but still managed to squeeze in time to make these amazingly creepy human-like renderings.
That's laced with a bit of irony: Kirkpatrick spent three years perfecting these awesome busts of the two biggest slackers in our generation's pop culture catalog. Beavis and Butt-Head would never have been motivated to work on any project, which is why we love them. Well, that and because they were born right here in Dallas -- creatively, anyway.
More pimples, yellow eyes, errant hairs and headbanging after the click.
Do you still love Beavis and Butt-Head? Does the original show hold up now, 20 years later, or has it gone the way of shows like ALF? (P.S. -- Have you seen ALF in syndication? Don't.)
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What do you think about the new Beavis and Butt-Head, 2012 Edition? Here's a closing video of Beavis and Butt-Head watching Ol' Snoop's lyrical masterpiece, "Gin and Juice" -- yep, it's Monday morning and we all need it.
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