Here are a new pair of finished masks, hand-painted and ready to wear! One is an iridescent griffon, with shifting shades of teal and purple in its feathers, and a vivid orange beak. The other is an eagle skull, painted to resemble realistic, yellowing bone.
As I only have one of each of these masks available, they are only purchasable through our Etsy shop:
Both blanks I used to create these masks are available here!
Another skull joins our creepy cavalcade! This time, a rodent skull, which can be used to represent a rat, mouse, or most any other rodent, as well as closely related critters like rabbits. Say “SQUEAK”!
Blanks of this mask are now available in the shop:
I just recently finished my new griffon mask. Because the molds I make are soft, the original sculpture is often left intact. Normally, once I’ve done a test cast and verified that the mold is good, the sculpture gets destroyed and the clay recycled to use again! But I’ve been wanting to do a raptor skull, and there’s the shape just waiting for me.
As you can see in the photo comparing the two masks, I didn’t want the new mask to be too similar to the griffon I just finished, so the changes were fairly extensive. Even the shape of the beak ended up rather different, thinner and with a more pronounced hook at the end.
Blanks of both new masks are now available in the shop!
After I crafted my Wolf Skull Mask, I had a number of other requests for skulls, and a raven was asked about the most! Seeing as I love ravens (and corvids in general), I was definitely willing to make that my next project.
Continue reading Raven Skull Mask
This one’s a realistic-style wolf/dog/coyote skull mask, cast in resin.
Continue reading Wolf Skull Mask
This realistic miniature skull is sculpted to approximately 1/5th the scale of an actual human skull.
Continue reading Small Skull Sculpture
Here’s a wonderfully unique commission project I worked on. Local artist Annie Dunn from Chaos in Color asked me to help bring one of her pieces of artwork to life! The art is called “Teddy Bear and the Reaper”, and it’s hard not to fall in love with that sweet, sad skelly face.
Continue reading Commission: Sad Grim Reaper Costume
These are resin dragon skulls, sculpted somewhat flat to be used as wall hangings (that’s what the ones pictured here are), or as decorations for armor, props, or whatever else I feel inclined to use them for!
Continue reading Dragon Skull Wall Plaques
Welcome to the new old west! Don’t be alarmed, he is quite docile.
Popcorn is an undead horse belonging to the main character from the webcomic Zombie Ranch. This is a combination birthday and Christmas present for the lovely Dawn, the comic’s artist, and a Christmas present for Clint, the writer. I was rather startled to see they hadn’t gotten fanart of Popcorn yet! He’s so darned cool looking.
Enjoy the zombie horsie!
I’d done one fossil before, and was itching to do another one – I love how these turn out!
Continue reading Fossil Drake Skull Sculpture