Mask Maker

November 25, 2014 - Comment

Have you ever wanted to learn the secrets of Mask Making? This Mask Maker DVD will guide you step by step through sculpting your mask, making a plaster mold of it, pouring it up in latex and finally painting it. Ed Edmunds will show you essential mask making skills by creating 5 different creatures. Using

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Have you ever wanted to learn the secrets of Mask Making? This Mask Maker DVD will guide you step by step through sculpting your mask, making a plaster mold of it, pouring it up in latex and finally painting it. Ed Edmunds will show you essential mask making skills by creating 5 different creatures. Using these skills you can create any character you imagination can conceive!

Ed Edmunds founded Distortions Unlimited in 1978 and has been a leader in the Halloween industry ever since. For three decades now, Ed has created everything from unique masks

and props to amazing animatronics and haunted houses. Now his secrets can be yours!

Warning: This DVD references a mask making kit and materials not included with the DVD. Materials can be acquired from art supply sources. Materials needed: plaster, clay, latex, paint, sculpting bust, sculpting tools, sea sponge, and paint brushes.

This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com’s standard return policy will apply.

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THE 'Older Than Dirt' Time Traveller says:

Mask making! With THIS DVD’s contents, you can manufacture your own mask for Hallowe’en.Like a lot of things, you can always do a better job with a third and fourth hand—unless you are playing solitare, of course.I fix MYSELF up for Halloween, regularly. I started l-a-t-e in life because I “wasted”most of my adult life in the military. Now — see my Profile Photo — at the ripe OLDage of 64, after a couple hours, transform myself from 6’4” to a seven-foot…

R. Boik "the haunting manic" says:

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Robert S.D. says:

Good, starter. Pros.The product was very professional and went at a good pace.I learned something in the painting section, and now feel comfortable making clay/plaster setups.ConsHe only covered full face masks, would have been nice to get his skill on open mouth face mask or half masks where you want to keep both eyes and mouth areas for an actor. Also didn’t cover integrating Hair or other items to the mask.certainly worth adding to your training material, but you…

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