Batman :Dead End cowl


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about a year ago I sculpted my 1st cowl ....and because at the time there really wasn't many DE cowls floating around out there, I went with that version as my sculpt choice...and seeing as how is was my 1st time doing a cowl, I made TONS of mistakes...I made the neck waaay too thin, primed the finished cowl in high gloss crystal clear instead of flat black, so the cowls came out a nasty glossy sheen...and I cut the silicone mold up the back which created a really clutzy looking when I pulled the cowl from the mold, I had this glossy, seamed too tight for my head crappy cowl....

so I went back, and fixed a resin hardcopy that I cast

Before fix:

adding to the neck and head and making sure that I use all of my know how that I did with my other Batman cowl that I did a few months ago

after fix:

..and here's my 1st flat black, seamless and great fitting, soft urethane cowl....



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That's the first fan-made Dead-End cowl I've seen that actually captures the predatory appearance of the original. Beautiful work. Hope you offer those for sale.

Jango Wes

Sr Member
That is VERY nice. I'm not a big fan of the latex Batman cowls, but THAT one is sweet. :D :thumbsup



New Member
I like yours better than the "Batman Begins" version (don't like short ears on my Bats) -- great job.