Looking great....love the mummy
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.Recently, I've been making plaster cloth/ paper mache masks using Mr. Chicken's YouTube tutorial.
We all enjoy Halloween for different reasons. Most enjoy the decorating of their homes to attract gawking TOTs, and we're not different. But we're also part of a group that love the fact that what the TOT's are gawking at was made by us. You seem to be like us in that you also enjoy creating things to fill those haunt instead of just buying them. Whether it's budget or artistic urges that motivate us, there is a great deal of satisfaction at having created what we share. Even a copy of a mask is unique because you made it. And you did a great job. Keep up the good work.So I found this really neat demon mask online:
But I really don't have the money to buy more masks right now, so I ended up making one of my own out of paper mache.