Red Nebula Studios

Fantasy art, costumes, crafts,
and creative endeavors.

Horned Skull

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Feb 6th, 2016

Me wearing the horned half skull and looking a bit mischievous.

I took one of my resin-cast half skull masks and combined it with a pair of horns to create this monstrous beast! This horned half skull mask is available in the Etsy shop and would make a great addition to your average evil sorcerer's wardrobe.

I'm a kitty!

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Feb 4th, 2016

Me wearing the calico cat half mask and acting cute and silly.

I think calico suits me! This is a new mask we just finished, one of the brand new resin cats all painted up in black, white, and orange. The calico cat mask is available via the Etsy store.

I also made my design for this mask available in sets of downloadable, printable paper party masks!

Painted Half Skull Masks

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Jan 28th, 2016

A pair of finished half-skull resin masks, one done in camouflage stripes of brown and green, the other in dark red with a golden, tribal flame design.

We just finished up a pair of half skull masks which are now up for sale on Etsy. Mine is the weathered dark red one with the tribal, golden flame design. Robbie painted his in military or hunter-style camouflage stripes of green and brown.

New Blank Kitty Mask

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Jan 27th, 2016

Wearing a blank cast of the finished cat mask.


As people seem to like my owl mask, I decided to do a few more creatures in a similar style. First up is this cat mask, done in blank white resin and ready to paint. You can see a few more pictures of how I made the mask over on the Stylized Cat Mask page, or I have blank casts available for sale on Etsy!

I look forward to offering a few painted styles of this little cutie soon, as well!

Gargoyle Mask

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Jan 21st, 2016

A finished, painted version of my horned demon mask, painted to resemble a grey granite stone gargoyle.

I did a painted version of my horned demon mask, and decided it would look truly monstrous as a stone gargoyle! Not only does the paint job bring out all the details of the mask's "fur", fangs, and horns, but I also covered the open eye, nose, and mouth holes with mesh and painted over the eyes to give it a truly inhuman look.

You can see how I made this mask on its build page, or get a blank, unpainted kit over on Etsy. This gargoyle mask version is currently available too!