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!
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!
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!
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.