In the Devil Skeleton Mask Tutorial we mix two different techniques – Papier mache and latext paste. Combining these two methods gives us both a solid structure as well as an easy to shape material to shape with. If you follow this Devil Skeleton Mask Tutorial you will have a superb mask that’s easy to re-use at any party and best of all is that you can mix it up with the makeup on your cheeks and mouth for even more fun. If you want to keep a more matte finish you can always skip the steps that involve varnish. You can actually sett the paint by using hairspray.
The same method can be used to create almost any kind of mask and the same goes for the horn design. Aluminium foil is a great material to use when you want to make really large structures and horns but need to keep the weight down. You can even cover it in liquid latex or latex paste to get different textures.
If you liked this Devil Skeleton Mask, make sure you check out some of our other mask tutorials. We’ve created everything from the classic Predator mask to modern Twisty the clown mask as well as the latest and insane beast mask. If you have any requests for cool masks please let us know in the comments below and if you recreate something make sure to tag us on Instagram. We want to see your creations! 😀
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