Turning A Beautiful Model Into A "Clicker" From The Last Of Us

Now that the game's out, and it's rather good, you can bet we'll be up to our eyeballs in cosplay paying homage to The Last of Us. Cosplay that's going to have to work very hard to beat this effort, which transformed a model from a regular human into a "clicker", one of the worst monsters you'll face in the game.

The shoot was made possible thanks to the efforts of three people: make-up artist Jon Wilks, photographer Adrian and model Emma Franks, who earlier this month visited an abandoned mental hospital in England (so perfect) and took a series of amazing photos.

I am looking at these, I am hearing the noise, I am picturing her making the noise, and I am getting nervous.

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    I like imitating the clicker's "clicking" sound which scares the hell out of my friend when he plays The Last of Us.

      lol, this could be a new thing to replace me making zombie noises in the dark which scares the shit out of my husband

    Jeeesus, that's good! If they ever make a movie out of it, that makeup artist is getting a call-up

    Good to see the clicker still remembers to clean her teeth.

      Just because your body and brain have been overtaken by a zombifying fungus, that's no reason to let basic personal hygiene slip.

        Do what your bloater says and brush your teeth or there won't be any human for dessert.

          But muuuuuuuum the other toadstools don't have to brush theirs!!!!

            God took our eyes away, but he left us with our mouths for a reason. We should look after them.

    I'd eat that like a shitaki mushroom...

      ALDI had them on special last week. They go really well with omelets.

        I know! They're amazing, absolutely fantastic tasting. I never used to love mushrooms honestly, then I hit 30ish and my taste pallet changed exponentially, now I find myself craving things such as this :)

          Being 33, maybe it's time that I tried mushrooms again.

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