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Mask Making Tutorial: Part 1

By EvanCampbell
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A detailed view into the process of mask making.
I hope that non-sculptor's will find this interesting.

TUTORIALS:
Mask making,Skin Texture,Realistic Hair, Vampire teeth


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FreakSPFX's avatar
Words cannot describe how much I appreciate these tutorials. Like said before, you are a life saver!
EvanCampbell's avatar
Thanks Amanda!  :) 
dali-llama's avatar
awesome tutorial, thanks man! :)
atomicfairy's avatar
Do you reuse your clay after you coat it with the clear acrylic?
Jaime21011's avatar
Just the help i needed! thanks keep up all the bind blowing work!
DashyProps's avatar
Excellent tutorial, your mold is so clean it is a work of art itself. Saved for reference!!
Rlyiii3rd's avatar
Great tut a spot for a chisel or a putty knife is the best thing in the world to remember!
EvanCampbell's avatar
that is true....my always seem to vanish :)
SonicWolvelina99's avatar
The way you look like you're performing surgery with that thing, it's so scary it's not even funny. o_o
























*faves*
zombieater's avatar
Anyone who makes a tutorial deserves my whole respect. And this one is so cool!
zanruos's avatar
can pplaster bandages be use to cast plastic mask
precinctomega's avatar
Brilliant, brilliant tutorial. Absolutely clear and perfectly explained. I *almost* feel like I could do this right first time...
AmeliaMoo's avatar
great sculpture and beautiful mold
sarenastudio's avatar
Excellent tutorial! Everything is so well detailed. Thanks a lot!
mauldmm's avatar
Thank you so much for the great tutorial!
bigbadvoodoodave's avatar
Hi there,
I've just been looking throough your gallery with my Jaw of the floor, your work is AMAZING, I love it, thinking all the time, i want to ask him this i want to ask him about that, and then, TUTORIALS!!
BRILLIANT BRILLIANT BRILLIANT. Keep up the good work i am totally in awe!
EvanCampbell's avatar
Dave - thanks so much for the kind words...I am really glad you like the work!
MalMota's avatar
Thanks for making this tutorial! Love it!
Crucifer01's avatar
Hi, sorry to ask questions that you may have been asked like a milloin times.

The Roma Plastlina, is it the non-sulfer, what hardness do you like to work with?

What is the water based clay your using to make the key or what ever ya call it?

I haven't really sculpted since highschool adn am starting to get back into it. I purchased some Chavant NSP clay, but it's not the easiest stuff to work with since you have to keep it warm to work with it. I'm trying to figure out what would be best for me to work with for making masks and stuff like this. I would appreciate any tips you have for me. =D

Here are the things I'm currently working on:
[link] (been working on this lately, skull is a lot different, more realistic.)
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MielDAvon's avatar
So, so helpful! Thank you so much!
Less-Noch's avatar
Tanks for sharing your knowledge...
I really appreciate you took the time to make this :D
Your work is really amazing. I wonder why I didn't stumble on your gallery earlier!
I'd say.. Keep up the good work!! :D
Tobal-Dibujon's avatar
This help me lot for my mask! THX!
on-a-knife-edge's avatar
I'm about to embark on a similar mold making project, but as i live in the UK i can't get hold of ultracal 30. I've been suggested to use 'Crystacal R' as it is supposed to have similar properties. but i'm wondering if you know if this is true, or have any other suggestions for a cement to use that i can get hold of?
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