* ¡Fantástico trabajo! Lo hemos destacado dentro de la carpeta "Featured nº 4 o Destacados nº 4" en Special-Groups. (Es la carpeta donde se exhiben los mejores trabajos del grupo). ¡Por favor, queremos ver más trabajos tuyos en el grupo!
¡Feliz Año nuevo 2003!
* Fantastic work! Featured in Special-Groups in folder Featured nº 4. (Best works of the group). Please, We want to see more works in the group of you!
built to last a war! a larp war I am hoping but still lol epic job love the detail and honistly the tooth makes me cring but mostly caus a buddy of mine broke a tooth and the inside looked alot like that lol
I tried doing a mask a couple of years ago, and after doing the mold on my own head, realized I didn't know what the design was going to be. In the end it turned into a skull design with mexican designs, but I ended up having to do some sketches because I really didn't know how to shape it. I'm really interested too, what kind of material are you using for the finished masks?
Sketch can be very helpful. It helps to avoid many mistakes and to start working to understand how it will look a mask. You can always change in the process sketch. It often happens when good ideas come to mind in the process.
I usually use durable materials where you can be confident that they will not break on impact, they do not spoil the water or a long stay under the hot sun.
Since my childhood I love to draw and sculpt. What I just did not do clay. By education I am an artist.
The first mask I've done about 8 years ago. The mask was made of scrap materials. It was used in harsh conditions and often a mask broke. I had to fix it permanently. Since then, I decided to do only from reliable durable materials.
It's old masks here. Now I've done several projects for the new technology for themselves. Soon will publish here photos.