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REEVZ Joker mask sculpt**UPDATE pg.2**


Got my new CFX armature last week and I took Friday off to break it in...finished mask will be cast in silicone with punched hair...the silicone castings will allow the wearer's mouth and brow area to move with the masks facial features.

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Re: REEVZ Joker mask sculpt


This is fantastic! I'm so excited that you'll be doing silicone masks, and a haired silicone Joker is brilliant. Looking great so far!

The CFX armature is pretty nice. Will it double as the core when you mold up the sculpt or do you have to create a core in a different material for casting silicone?

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I CANNOT wait to see how this turns out. emoticon I've been intrigued by silicone masks ever since I saw some video of the one XDFX did of Freddy.

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Re: REEVZ Joker mask sculpt


Love it. Whats the ETA on this one Shawn?

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Whoaa dude. That is looking tough! emoticon
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Re: REEVZ Joker mask sculpt


thanks for all of the encouragement guys...I'm entering new territory with this one and I'm very excited to see who it all turns out...did a little work on him today in between running cowls..started doing the skin textures..some areas are a little more harsh than others , but those will be smoothed out...took this with my iphone camera :up

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Re: REEVZ Joker mask sculpt


Shawn,

this is lookin great.

do you have the moulding and casting sorted for this?

If you have any questions, email me at richard (@) rmfx.co.uk

i have done silicone masks before
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I have read and studied what needs to be done in terms of casting pieces in silicone but don't have the practice....I know that ther are a couple of different ways I could go,but I think I may go for an all fiberglass mold with a fiberglass core

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thats how i do it, i inject into the core upside down
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Re: REEVZ Joker mask sculpt


where is your injection spout located usually? I've been told to put it on inner core at the top.

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