I created the first version of my lizardman mask back in 2014, and – to put it lightly – I have learned a bunch about maskmaking, molding, and casting since then! There is now a brand new lizardman mask kit available.
For those who were waiting, thank you very much for your patience. 🙂
I’ve wanted to do a wolf in the same style as my stylized cat, owl, and dragon for a while, and here it is!
Continue reading Stylized Wolf Mask
I painted one of my big cat skull masks to resemble yellowed bone, complete with black eye and nose mesh to disguise the wearer. I love this look for my skull masks, simple yet incredibly creepy and effective all at once!
This hand-painted mask is available in the Etsy shop. If you’d like to try your hand at painting one, we’ve also got these:
My husband, Robbie, really liked the copper dragon mask I painted a little while ago, and wanted to try out a similar paint job but in silver. It turned out beautiful, don’t you think?
His lovely aged silver dragon mask is available in the Etsy shop. If you want to paint a mask of your own, we have dragon mask blanks available too!
New mask! This is one of Robbie’s painted works. It’s a chimera cat, an unusual color pattern where the kitty’s genes cause half of their face to be one color, half another. The most famous is a lovely cat called Venus, but there are a number of kitties like this. Often even their eyes are different colors!
This hand-painted, ready-to-wear chimera cat mask is available from Etsy. If you’d like to paint your own cat mask, we’ve also got these:
How fun! My friend ChitChad recorded some video of Mangle in action. Here’s an animated gif of its jumpscare! (click “Continue Reading” and give it a few moments to load – it’s worth it!)
Continue reading Mangle Jumpscare!
I just finished this lovely critter, one of my dragon mask blanks painted to resemble aging copper with a green patina forming in the detail work. The mask has an adjustable strap and padding already installed, so it’s ready to wear right out of the box.
This copper dragon mask is available from our Etsy costume shop. If you want to paint your own, I’ve got these too:
Photo by Mort Productions
Hello hello! See? I told you you wouldn’t have any problems!
Did…uh… did Foxy ever appear in the hallway? Probably not. I was just curious. Like I said, he was always my favorite. They tried to remake Foxy, you know? Uh, they thought the first one was too scary, so they redesigned him to be more kid-friendly and put him in Kid’s Cove. To keep the toddlers entertained, you know. But kids these days just can’t keep their hands to themselves. The staff literally had to put Foxy back together at the end of every shift. So eventually they just stopped trying and left him as some kind of “take apart, put back together” attraction. Now he’s just a mess of parts. I think the employees refer to him as just “The Mangle.”
Continue reading FNaF 2 – Mangle Cosplay
Another skull for the collection! I sculpted this face mask to resemble the skull of a big cat such as a jaguar or leopard, with large curved fangs and a fierce, yet realistic appearance.
Continue reading Big Cat Skull Mask
I like clowns, be they happy friendly ones, charming sad ones, or monstrously spooky ones. I crafted this clown mask from the same mold I used to make the Simpsons masks, one I haven’t made use of in a while! It’s a fun, simple, classic design, but the result is really quite delightful!
This mask is available over on Etsy.
Unless you don’t like clowns, I guess. 🙂