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!)
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.”
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.
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. 🙂
For this mask, I set about creating a stylized dragon design that could be worn as a masquerade-style half masque. I really love dragons, if the multitude of them on the website didn’t give me away. I hope it shows in the many details that went into every part of this mask!
This one’s a realistic-style wolf/dog/coyote skull mask, cast in resin.
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 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 have blank cat masks available too.
I also made my design for this mask available in sets of Printable Cat Masks – Digital Download!