How To Make A Mask - Wearable Dynamic Art Part 1 (Video Stream)

How To Make A Mask - Wearable Dynamic Art Part 1 (Video Stream)

Stan Winston School of Character Arts

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Stan Winston Studios: How To Make A Mask - Wearable Dynamic Art Part 1 is a video stream which is part 1 of  a 5 part web series, where master fabricator and "conceptual executioner," Bruce D. Mitchell teaches how to make a mask using "Magic Sculp". You'll learn everything right from building up your primary and secondary shapes onto a headform, all the way to subtractive sculpting with rotary tools. Learn everything you need to know to sculpt your own wearable, dynamic art from the master behind PACIFIC RIM, IRON MAN 2, PREDATORS etc.

Approx. Runtime: 04:20:46

- How to choose a foam head core
- How to use Klean Klay (alternatives) to create a negative space
- What is Magic Sculpt and why it's Bruce's favorite material IN THE WORLD
- Subtractive sculpting techniques using rotary tools
- Prepping the mask for PHASE 2
Part 2  goes over everything that is needed to create a "wearable dynamic art", from lining & padding to harness fabrication & leatherworking.

Part 3 looks at how to make masks that "move"!

In part 4watch Mitchell go into detail mode with an in-depth class on sculpting with rotary tools, followed by a thorough tutorial on how to add magnetic connection points to your mask's removable elements, including goggles and mouthpiece.

Part 5teaches a broad array of professional finishing techniques!
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