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How to make the Rabbit Mask?

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I've been meaning to make this thread for a while now.

I want to make the rabbit mask.

For real.

I did have a version of it before, but it sucked and looked cheap.

ideally, I'd want it to have leather straps for when I put it on.

Any ideas?

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13 hours ago, Kosha said:

I know how to make paper mache masks, if you're okay with that.

 

how does that work?

19 hours ago, Lemon said:

Etsy, to be honest. 

Man, how much would that cost -__-

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1 minute ago, Rabbit Head said:

how does that work?

You put some wet paper strips on a balloon, bake it, then paint it. If you want a more in-detail guide, PM me for it.

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If you wanted you could make a resin mask

Tutorials:

Here and Here and Here(basically, make your mask out of clay and make a mothermold, just like a resin fursuit blank)

What you'll need:

Clay

Silicone

Plaster

Resin

Paint

Headform (if you don't have one)

This is only if you want something sturdier and longer lasting than paper mache

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On 10/19/2016 at 2:23 PM, MissFleece said:

If you wanted you could make a resin mask

Tutorials:

Here and Here and Here(basically, make your mask out of clay and make a mothermold, just like a resin fursuit blank)

What you'll need:

Clay

Silicone

Plaster

Resin

Paint

Headform (if you don't have one)

This is only if you want something sturdier and longer lasting than paper mache

thaaaaank you! I'll have this bookmarked!

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