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JPH

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I know what you are all thinking...

it has been TEN YEARS.

Ten Looooogn years, and we were all deprived the chance to properly celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the greatest live-action Green Lantern movie of all time.

Also, the *ONLY* live action Green Lantern movie.

So, I needed a mask for costumes and today is your lucky day.

First, start off with reference pics...
 

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JPH

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Next generic paper mask.

And then realize it is poop, so instead cover your face with plastic wrap, apply FreeForm Air to your face infront of a mirror. Sit expressionless playing scales, in a chair while the stuff sets.

After it sets, sand it down to basic form
 

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JPH

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Next add the orbital details, making it lumpy again, then sand some more
 

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JPH

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Next, Xtc was applied using green pigment. Looks kinda blue to me tho.

Then painted with Rust-oleum aluminum 2X with the primer to bringnout the defects.

Patched up a few times, then switched to meadow green Rust-oleum and given several thick coats.

Debating if I should mold out of Sorta clear 40 now and cast or use meshroom to make a 3d stl which I can then cut in half, mirror image, and create a "perfectly symetrical 3D. It almost seems like the mask changes with different scenes, and I can only watch parts of this movie so many time before madness sets in.

Also, if I 3d print, I can angle the sides in ever-so-slightly, and maybe the mask will just grip my face without any adhesive. It already holds onto my face pretty well, and it is rigid
 

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