Looks great. You said you were done I believe, but Id mention that I noticed there is a thicker ridge at the top of the eye brows. Like about a half an inch or so. Pelco's photo shows it. Kind of a caveman brow thing.
Those photos are actually right before I addressed a couple issues with the cheeks and eyebrows. I will note that The lens on my camera is doing terrible things to the actual sculpt. It looks better in person!
Thank you for pointing out the hair. Last night I actually made and tested a tool for hair punching. I would not do it any other way. I may as well rip off the hair from the rubies mask if I were to stoop to gluing a hair piece on. Haha. Can't wait to pull a few of these.
The first two will be cast in rigid plastic (as I believe that is what the originals were made of.) I will send one to Baltimore with Fotokid and keep one. We will both work on finishing them. THEN we will be pulling Urethane copies. The urethane masks will have accurate hair features and accurate acrylic paint+weathering.
Here is our first pull, painted and weathered. Still needs hair and an accurate band-aide. From here, Ben is going to start a fresh sculpt with a few key changes in the size and shape of the mask. Painting really helped bring out the flaws so this is still a WIP. With that said, I still think this is a GREAT start and I can't wait to start running around town with this on :lol