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    Here is a mask I just recently sculpted and cast in Latex. I attached it to a black spandex hood to make a comfortable, snug-fitting "sock" mask. The back isn't covered in latex, just the black spandex, which gives the mask a nice extra stretch so it is more form-fitting.

    Let me know what you think. Sorry for the kind of blurry pics.

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    - Jake
    Last edited by scarygoat; 05-23-2011 at 07:28 PM.
     

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    IMG_5151.jpg


    One more of the nasty mouth cut. Blood is darker in person.
     

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    Not to bad. I think you did a great job on it. Looks really awsome.

    a.k.a. The Butcher
    a.k.a. Hauntlord
     

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    Great job goat!!!! I love the sculpt
     

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    Hell i would purple up the lips even more
     

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    Thanks guys! I really appreciate it. I'll be trying some different paint jobs on this guy, should be fun.
     

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    Very cool! LOVE this mask!!! Incredible detailing in your sculpt! Fabulous job!!!
     

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    Thanks again, hopefully soon I will be able to get some better quality pics to show more of the detail. A good amount of veining actually went into this mask.
     

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    Looks awesome. You can already see a good amount of detail and it looks great.

    I'm a huge fan of half and sock masks, keeps me so much cooler on a long night of acting opposed to a full mask.
     

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    Nice Job!!
     

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