How To Make A Mask - Wearable Dynamic Art Part 2 (Video Stream)

How To Make A Mask - Wearable Dynamic Art Part 2 (Video Stream)

Stan Winston School of Character Arts

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Stan Winston Studios: How To Make A Mask - Wearable Dynamic Art Part 2 is a video stream which is part 2 of a 5 part web series, where Creature FX Artist & "Conceptual Executioner," Bruce D. Mitchell builds up on the processes he outlayed in part 1 with his professional insights and experience. Watch closely as the magic behind Pacific Rim, Iron Man 3 and Predators. goes over everything that is needed to create a "wearable dynamic art", from lining & padding to harness fabrication & leatherworking.

Approx. Runtime: 02:53:26

- Touch-Ups & Painting the Inner Mask
- Sanding & Padding the Inside
- Prep For Web Ring Cap Attachment
- Leatherwork 101 - Assembling the Harness
- Final Mask Paint Work
- Attaching the Web Harness to the Mask
- Perfecting the Interior
- Dry Brushing the Final Product
Part 1 goes over how to make a mask using "Magic Sculp".

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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