Fugitive Predator Mask. Molding/painting

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haereticus

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Hello. The moment came when I decided to publish my work, maybe someone will be interested in it and he will want to order this or another mask from me. The manufacturing process began with a print on the 3D mask printer for my file. After printing, the post-processing took a long time. I polished and ground the model for several months.

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After the form acquired the final shape, it was the turn to make the silicone form, and since I did it for the first time, there were no errors. my main mistake was that I picked up the wrong plastic and in the end even though the mask turned out to be readable, the inner surface was not even.

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Then it was the turn of painting ... At first I wanted to paint myself, but since I didn’t want to upset the customer, I asked to paint my friend who is painting cars. After several layers of paint, the mask was varnished and polished. Everyone was pleased with his work!

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The last step was the manufacture of lenses for the eyes. Though not the first time, but I picked up a suitable plastic and this is the final result!

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