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    Recently, I've been making plaster cloth/ paper mache masks using Mr. Chicken's YouTube tutorial.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwjBxShw4TY

    It's a pretty simple method, although paper towels dipped in paint aren't the easiest medium to work with. The first mask I made using this technique fell apart because I didn't wait long enough for it to cure before demolding. I've made a few of these masks and I've mounted them to the wall.

    My first successful mask, a mummy.



    Next, I made Quasimodo. The paint job is inspired by the Don Post calendar. I made the teeth with plumber's epoxy, which I find tricky to sculpt with.



    My most recent piece, a zombie. I used printed paper towels for this one to give the skin some texture.


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    Looking great....love the mummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadSideshow View Post
    Recently, I've been making plaster cloth/ paper mache masks using Mr. Chicken's YouTube tutorial.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwjBxShw4TY
    I always love to see when people take ideas offered out there and make something uniquely theirs. Your work is wonderful and is really very inspirational for us. We had watched the video and wondered if it was a project that could be as versatile as you have proven it is. Thanks for the post.

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    My latest work-in-progress, one of the zombies from the movie Burial Ground

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    I finished my Burial Ground zombie. I wasn't sure whether or not to put hair on, but I ended up doing it anyway. Took me a few tries to get it to look right.


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    Mr. Chicken is a legend around here.

    LOVE what you've created - classic and just lovely, creepy stuff.
    I'm a Halloween Bride! 10/31/2002

    Where there is no imagination there is no horror.
    ~Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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