This handsome pair needs no introduction – or do they? I’m sure you recognize Rocket Raccoon, but since the Guardians of the Galaxy movie came out, most of the cosplays of Star-Lord you see are the new version. This version, with the full head helmet, is the comic book version, specially requested for this commission.
I crafted the mask, feet, and tail for Rocket and the helm for Star-Lord. The remaining clothing for the costumes were created by Geekster’s Whimsy Cosplay.
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Classy, yet terrifying!
This commission was for a set of replica Death Eater masks based on concept art from the Harry Potter movies. I believe a similar design was used for Bellatrix’s mask in the movies, but I’d need to re-watch them to see if she’s ever seen wearing it. (Oh, darn, an excuse to HP. Twist my arm!)
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This was SO MUCH FUN.
I was contacted about making a set of masks for a musical production called Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play. My contact had seen one of my older masks and, since it bore a resemblance to Mr. Burns, was thinking to use it for the production.
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Natural rubber latex comes as a liquid, and air-dries to form a flexible rubber material and, once dried, cannot be re-liquified. It can be used to make masks, prosthetic appliances, texture stamps, and soft molds.
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