Had to dust off my C# for an hour today…just another day in the life of an architect? Wait a minute; that’s not a house…
Every time I make one of these I tell myself that it’s the last one and yet…
Had a chance to revisit making a mask based on#skelevex . The challenge is scaling it up large enough to completely fit over my head without deforming it too much. As you can see, I tried quite a few scales. Ultimately I decided that it might work better as a face mask rather than a helmet. So now I’ve got a little Golgotha on a book shelf, or plenty of practice skulls should I want to take up phrenology.
Quick setup on the #raspberrypi for some shared office tunes…
Have been wanting to make a Skelevex mask for a while now but hadn’t gotten started. Was planning on getting a large size one to template but I always miss when they’re on sale. They’re just so popular they always seem to be sold out. Finally decided to try freehanding one using whatever images I could find online. It needs more work but I’m happy with it for a first attempt.
I’m terrible when it comes to documentation (and this blog). Having said that I’m going to make an effort to document past projects, W.I.P.s etc.
Any of you who know me know about my love of masks. Not so much dressing up but just masks themselves. At times I’ll make something completely born of my imagination but evey once in a while I’ll see a mask that’s just too tempting not to try making. As soon as I came across the Alias character while playing through Gravity Rush (Gravity Daze in Japan) on the PSVita I knew I had to take a stab at making his mask/helmet. I think it came out pretty good. 🙂
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From this inspirational image:
W.I.P. build log: