New! Latest version of Industrial Anubis mask. I always have so much fun making these. I used some darkened/oxidized brass parts when doing the cogs and hardware, because sometimes I like things bright and shiny but sometimes I really love the contrast of aged brass.
Made of leather, clock parts, hardware, acrylic paint and love.
Available (until he is gone!) here at my online shop: [link]
EDIT: Yep...sold already. They really don't stick around for long in the shop. Which is a good thing for me. Anyway, here's the shop site link if you want to check back for more: [link]
New! This design is an elegant reworking of my original "Fantasy Owl" design. A new creation, combining clockwork and brass hardware elements with my stylized horned owl mask; "Industrial Owl".
It is made from one piece of 8oz leather, hand carved and shaped without molds or forms, then painted with colorfast acrylics in antiqued copper, gold, and black. The mask is sealed with a clear-coat acrylic, is water resistant, and safe to wear in any weather.
Then I augmented and decorated it with real brass clock parts, securely bolted and riveted to the piece.
So fun to have a little free time to work on new design ideas. This one is in my shop (probably not for long!) at this link here---> [link]
This is Industrial Anubis V11, just finished this morning. I used that dark brown/bronze for contrast, instead of black, and I love it even though they're not "traditional" Egyptian colors. The bronze background lets me use different clock cogs, too; this time I used some copper as well as brass, because I do love copper.
This pair of dragon masks was a special request from my Etsy shop. Usually I leave the central part of the mask smooth and draw in Venetian-style swirls with metallic paints. The client wanted scales throughout, instead, and I have to say it actually looks more dragon-like this way.
This is my "snoutless" half-dragon design, for people who prefer a mask with a smaller nose that's easier to wear. Classic half-mask design that's great for drinking and dancing in.
The masks, like all my work, are made from top-quality 8 oz vegetable-tanned tooling leather, hand carved and shaped with no molds or forms. It is painted with colorfast Liquitex acrylics.
You can purchase my masks here at my online shop: [link]