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Brown & Gold Paisley Brocade over Paper Mache. Tribal yet elegant. :)

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www.zibbet.com/Daragallery/art…
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For sale here: www.etsy.com/listing/197619393…

The badger mask is made from latex with airbrushed acrylic paint finish covered by lacquer.

A zipper is fitted in the back to make the mask easier to put on, there is no flap to guard your hair though, so one must be careful to not catch one's hair in the zip !

One breathes through the two nostrils in the badger's snout, and there is also a small hole cut into the roof of the badgers mouth to breathe through....... The back of the badger's mouth is sealed shut.

The mask was originally meant to fit my huge head (64cms circumference above the eyes), it has however turned out smaller then intended so would be more suited to possibly a 56-60 cm head.

I CANNOT guarantee that the badger mouth can be moved by the wearer, as this is not a made to measure mask.  Additional padding may need to be inserted in the mask, or alternatively one could glue the mouth shut.

The price of the badger mask includes a brand new polystyrene mannequin head , on which to store the mask, so it doesn't lose it's shape.

The 'furry' bits of the mask are finished in matte, with the teeth and gums and the nose are gloss finish.

This mask is fragile and will not appreciate strong detergents or cleaners, hot water, oil etc. To remove sweat after use it should be lightly sponged down, with a mild cleaner like washing up liquid.  Not cleaning it after use could lead to rapid deterioration.  

When not in use the mask (after cleaning) should be covered with talc, inside and out, and stored on the head in a dark cool place.

There will be no more full head masks of this badger made, as one of the two moulds that make it broke.............
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Mask is currently getting it's markings.
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(made with da. muro)

This is the 2.nd doodle of my first persona. The mask's sign isnt even close to finished, this is just something i need to get started.
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Another frontal of the Kallig helmet.
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Part 2 of my Jason Voorhees cosplay from Friday the 13th. This is the cast of fiberglass taken from a plaster mold of my face. Note: Fiberglass is very dangerous to work with. Always follow safety procedures and instructions.
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Detail of the finished Kallig helmet.
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So, here's what I got so far. The pictures aren't great quality for some reason (sorry about that). I'm planning to go to SpoCon as Titan Eren (wearing a cheap T-shirt and pink booty-shorts... oh jeez what were we thinking... Anyways, I'm pretty happy with it so far, I think I could so a little more work with the clay but all in all it does look at least a little like the titan Eren and with a little tweaking it could make a decent mask. This is the first time I've ever sculpted something like this, the first time I've ever made a mask this way, and this clay was so hard and was so difficult to work with and I don't know how long it will take my thumbs to recover after the kneading I had to do with this. I don't think I'll do much work on this tomorrow so if anybody has any suggestions for me before I put the plaster on it, that would be much appreciated. I also am unsure where to get a big bottle of liquid latex so if anybody could direct me to a place that has it, I would be very greatful. Thanks a bunch :)
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