Artisan of the Month! I’ve featured this artisan before, but Cyndy Salisbury has been creating even more amazing masks since then! I love the dreamlike quality and texture of her masks with so many fragile seeming details.
See full images over at my Artisan Tumblr.
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EDIT: The recording of my February Artisan Q&A session is now up on YouTube! In which I answer questions about where to buy leather crafting tools, finding historically accurate resources, etc.
Join me for my February Artisan Q&A session! See how my month's been going and ask me anything.
Can't make it? Leave your questions in comments and I'll answer them at the event, which will be recorded and automatically uploaded afterwards to my YouTube channel, where you can watch the broadcast later:
Questions are fielded via the Q&A text chat feature within Hangouts, so do not worry about 'c
Hey, all! Just a quick notice to say Happy New Years! I've been ringing in the new year updating my website. My site is much easier to navigate and it now has a brand new shop!
There are even some FREE cosplay patterns up for you all to play with. Have fun!
I'm also opening up a very limited amount of 10 commission slots. Only 7 are available as of this writing, so get your commission requests in NOW before I shut down again!
You can e-mail me your requests.
Here's a little reminder of all the different types of things I can make:
Wishing you all a crafty 2015! I can't wait to get started on some new projects.:D
It's Christmaaas! I hope you all have a wonderful day today with lots of presents and food. I only have one question to answer for this month's Q&A, but it's a doozy!
Q. hiddencait asks: Is there a series that you really want to try doing fanmasks for, but haven't attempted yet?
A. Oh boy, this is a fun question! As usual, I have my creative life cycle planned out until my golden years. I'm going to answer this question with visuals!
The first big fandom I'd love to create masks for would be the Kushiel's Legacy series of books by Jacqueline Carey. For those who don't know it, it features such inspiring themes as angels, masquerad
One of the greatest things about being a mask-maker is being able to work with a lot of talented photographers. Something about a mask just comes to life when it is worn!
I'm excited to introduce my new Print Shop where a few of my gracious photography collaborators have allowed me to sell their photos of my masks and other creations!
Many types of prints are available, from gallery wrapped canvases to giclee! Go see the wondrous variety here.
These are just a few of the lovely photos available for sale in my print shop. More will come as I expand my collaborative efforts!
Do you or someone you know enjoy creating photography of mas