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Mask Making Tutorial: Part 2 by EvanCampbell Mask Making Tutorial: Part 2 by EvanCampbell
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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:iconqasembarzegar:
you are genius!!!!!!!!
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:iconwidhiarthaz:
wow very amazing
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akasha2683 Jun 2, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Exelent!
Thanks for your tuto..i think i will try it
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:icontommytwothumbs:
Holy shit your just awesome! makes me want to start sculpting again.
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:iconsweetmysterium:
Does this work for making gelatin or latex appliances? I was really hoping to learn how to make some for this falls Fan Expo in Toronto (I go for the horror section) and the zombie walk. I got such fantastic responses from last time that I need to find a way to up myself from what I did last year. And proper appliances that I could sculpt would prolly be my best bet.

But either way thanks for the tutorials! Fantastic!
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PsychotropicFox Apr 12, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You are much younger than I assumed you to be. For all the gruesome detail you put into your masks and sculptures, there is indeed a beauty behind it. It's more of a challenge to make something frightening or gross to today's society than to make something 'pretty'. In my eyes, this is a true work of art. One can see all the time and work put into this, very imaginative.
By any chance, was this used for anything? I didn't expect any hair to be put on it, but once it was, it looked a bit familiar.
I also got to wondering how anybody could wear it, since you put a second layer of burlap in it. Does it open somewhere, or is it just for looks?
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Tigerstarwolf Apr 12, 2010
:worship: :worship: :worship: You Are The Mask Master
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No-Sign-of-Sanity Apr 12, 2010  Professional General Artist
Badass! These tutorials are phenomenal! Thank you so much for sharing your talent and insight!
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:iconmagnifeyes:
interesting tut's
thank you for sharing
Love from Sweden
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