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poly urethane vacume formed base with lace overlay covered in silver leaf, stones, feathers and glass paint
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A design for a school project.
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Making wolf mask.
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Italian Renaissance Inspired Twisted Wire Art Mask. Hand twisted & weaved coated wire in copper and gold with red sheer wired ribbon tie back.
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The pictures of me in my newest Renaissance-Festival garb doesn't really show the mask very well, and I'm particularly happy with the result. I've got very little experience making masks, so this was a rather scary project for me. It's nothing like what I'd sketched out, but the end result is far better than I had dared hope for.
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Ever since I was a young one, and went to see Revenge of the Sith in theaters, General Grievous has never not been my favorite Star Wars character.  And as such, it's always been a childhood dream of mine to be him!  Well, it's taken me long enough, but I've finally realized that being a cosplayer and training to be a spfx artist means I CAN DO THIS NOW!

I decided to go with pre-cyborg Grievous, because the mechanical skeleton is insanely hard to pull off well.  Plus, he's got a really sick outfit, so that's a plus!  This particular number being the warlord's mask, carved from the skull of a Mumuu, and painted by the Kaleesh.

Materials used were poster board, fiberglass resin, polymer clay, and a wee bit of acrylic paint.
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Ticci Toby mask
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