One of 12 masks made for a tribal celebration in the drama series "Waking The Dead". Made from hazel branches and papier mache. Yep, papier mache can be creepy.
How can i make one please
Выглядит так, будто вы намотали мешок на палки)
That is awesome!! I kinda want one...
Do you have a picture of the inside of the mask to show how you arranged the sticks and stuff? This thing is awesome.
I'm in the middle of making a crow's skull for a ballet (about 3 feet long). I didn't have time to use sticks - I've used wire, but I'd like to do some more papier mache using a wooden armature next time. The head I'm doing is for the front of a carriage that I've had welded up out of a wheelchair and the front wheel of a bike. Effectively becoming a kind of steampunk-trike-bathchair for an evil queen. The skull is made and is getting painted at the moment. It will have the dark crow beak at the front, bone for the rest of the skull with some black feathers at the back. I'll do a kind of monk hairline for the feathers. (I haven't reached that part yet.) I've found that using linen dipped in wallpaper paste with UPVA glue added makes it very strong but if you do that, only do it in stages once the base is all hard, and make sure you squeeze off all the glue you can or it can collapse with the weight - and will never dry. The draping action of the linen is very nice though. B.
Superb, I like it. And looks like It wasn´t too hard.
I assume that color is just spray paint? I love this piece and would love to do something similar for a costume prop.
So simple and so powerful!
woooouw, this is amazing, how did you get the paper-mache into this masterpiece, i don't know, but it looks soooooooo great!!!
Darn right paper-mache can be creepy O.o