Rodian / Greedo mask fail

Discussion in 'Star Wars Costumes and Props' started by Mad Monty, Jun 15, 2015.

Tags:
  1. Mad Monty

    Mad Monty New Member

    Trophy Points:
    3
    20150615_202512.jpg
    Well my project.....failed miserably. Now since this failure, I am on the search for a Greedo mask by Don Post, Rubies, or some one that could do a better job than me. I hope you all can help.
     
  2. scythe1980

    scythe1980 New Member

    Trophy Points:
    3
    check out troy from this website, you'll have to email him through the contact button. be warned though, he's not a full time mask maker. he's a special effects artist and does the masks on the side as custom order. i've got his mon calamari mask i wear as part of a jedi costume for conventions and i couldn't be happier with his work. he's already got a rodian mold he made for "fun"

    http://sevenheadstenhorns.com/
     
  3. Doh2

    Doh2 Sr Member

    Trophy Points:
    1,356
    I'd not bother with a Don Post if I were you. I had one that melted within about 5 years of new purchase. Horribly thin rubber.
     
  4. framdam

    framdam Active Member

    Trophy Points:
    411
    I build masks, greedo being one of them. Drop me a pm if your interested. Here is a picture of it with it being worn with costume.
    10404884_10153212698322300_7008436823228910069_n.jpg
     
    Sith4Life and Zwilliamo like this.
  5. bdgr

    bdgr Member

    Trophy Points:
    191
    framdam,

    That is so awesome looking.
     
    framdam likes this.
  6. SciFiMuseum

    SciFiMuseum Well-Known Member

    Trophy Points:
    915
    That is very nice! Would love one of those.
     
  7. Doh2

    Doh2 Sr Member

    Trophy Points:
    1,356
    Framdam, that blows the Don Post out of the water!
     
  8. framdam

    framdam Active Member

    Trophy Points:
    411
  9. cunningham

    cunningham Active Member

    Trophy Points:
    341
    How did your mask fail? I can't really tell from the picture, but did you try covering your sculpt in latex rubber rather than molding it in stone? Just curious.
     

Share This Page