Look what I did!. I made Majora's Mask by cutting out a heart-shape, ten spikes, and two cylindrical domes from a board of insulation foam using a basic utility Art Zelda Mario thegame
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Look what I did!. I made Majora's Mask by cutting out a heart-shape, ten spikes, and two cylindrical domes from a board of insulation foam using a basic utility

I made Majora's Mask by cutting out a heart-shape, ten spikes, and two cylindrical domes from a board of insulation foam using a basic utility knife. I carved and sanded them all to perfection, and glued them together with hot glue. I then used drywall compound to fill any scratches, and/or holes, and to reinforce the mask entirely. This also helped hold the spikes and eyes in. Once the drywall compound dried, I sanded its jagged and rough surface to a clean, smooth surface. After this I began to paint the mask in a thin layer of primer, to enable painting with ease. The primer dried nicely, and I began to paint its many vibrant colors. I added a few sharper details using a sharpie marker, and finally sprayed it with a couple coats shiny-can ****, giving it a glossy finish, and durable end result.
I made the Shy Guy mask the same way; by cutting out a dome shape, and by then cutting out the eye sockets and mouth. I sanded it nicely, and used drywall to hide any scratches and/or dents. I sanded it to perfection as I did Majora's Mask. Because Shy Guy's mask is already white, I only sprayed it with a primer using an airbrush, giving it a clean, solid coat of white before I finished it with the same shiny-can **** I did Majora's Mask.

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Views: 2228 Submitted: 03/14/2013