“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt returned to WWE TV at Sunday’s Fastlane pay-per-view, helping Alexa Bliss defeat Randy Orton in an intergender singles match.
Wyatt turned heads by introducing a charred and disfigured look, which includes a new mask and attire.
SFX makeup artist Jason Baker recently took to Twitter to reveal the names of the various artists who helped create The Fiend’s new look. While legendary SFX makeup artist Tom Savini was the project supervisor, Baker was involved in the sculpting and painting process. Baker also named the artists who helped in molding the mask and designing the leather attire.
Savini’s team was also instrumental in creating The Fiend’s original look, the Firefly Fun House puppets and the trademark lantern.
As noted, The Fiend vs. Randy Orton is now official for WrestleMania 37.
See below for Baker’s tweets:
New @WWEBrayWyatt look created at @callosumstudios. Sculpted by brianmcguire & @bakingjason. Molds by @rnzofx74 & @kendraxleighh. Painted by @bakingjason. Soft goods & leather by @sandymimpson. Project supervisor @thetomsavini pic.twitter.com/aFyxfmYOhB
— Jason Baker (@bakingjason) March 22, 2021
— Jason Baker (@bakingjason) March 23, 2021
— WWE (@WWE) March 23, 2021