My first mask

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scarecr0w

New Member
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(Snyder molds, painted by Mannowar, dreadlocks by Bambooie)

Dreadlock beads haven't come in yet, though.
And I still need to attach some quills.
Aaaannd, I still need to attach 8 more dreadlocks. 4 of them being little.
Other than that, she's a beauty. A very heavy beauty...
Enjoy
 

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UltimateHunter

New Member
NICE!!!! Beauty by definition. However, I think you should shade the dreads a little more to give them an aged look.
good luck!
 

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DarthVeach

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Holy crap dude, are those the dreads I just sent you?! I'm glad they got used. Better than just siting in a box!
 

scarecr0w

New Member
Cool mask, what did you use to fix the dreads? glue? What type?
I cut X's in the dread holes. Since the dreadlocks were slightly larger than the Snyder mold dread holes, I just pulled the dreadlocks through about an inch. This holds them fairly firmly. For added support, I attempted to carefully squirt a 60 second epoxy compound inside the dread hole (the space between the latex and the dreadlock where it's inserted). Unless you can do this quickly (and neatly; epoxy is messy), you can get all of your dreads. I only got 10 or so dreadlocks glued until the epoxy hardened inside of the syringe mixer.
So if you're not quick enough, buy a 3 or 4 minute epoxy blend, or buy a few containers of the stuff.
 

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