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Dec 23, 2011, 2:05:46 AM
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Eyeless Jack by Kr3ssidia Eyeless Jack by Kr3ssidia
Just a simple preview picture of my cosplay for the anime convention that I am going to in July. The better pictures will come around the time of the actual convention.
The mask shown isn't even finished, nor is that the sweater I will be using.
I still think I went a bit overboard with the 'dripping liquid', but that isn't something I can fix. 

So yeah, enjoy. 

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So I keep getting comments from people asking me how I made this, so I suppose I will post the general steps I used to make the mask...

1. First, I made a mold of my face using around 4 layers of tin foil. This took a while because I needed the perfect fit.

2.I used three layers of paper mache to do the rest (2 cups of flour and 1 cup of water + newspaper strips). I had to do this carefully, so I didn't make the mold lose it's shape while I was doing the paper mache. After it had finished drying over night (I did the paper mache in one afternoon by making it dry faster between layers by using a hair dryer on the cold setting) I used sandpaper to smooth it out and get rid of those annoying little bumps.

3. I painted it directly after sanding it because I was too excited to finish it (I love making things like this). I used simple acrylic paints to paint it.

The way I did the drips of black liquid is my own idea, everyone else can make up their own ideas of how to do this. I did, you all can too.
I'm just trying to help encourage you all to better your own creativity as artists.

4. Lastly, I took two layers of black nylon, stretched it nice and tight, and glued it over the eye holes. This works fairly well, because it's hard to see in, while it isn't that bad seeing out. But the visibility depends on how tight you stretch it, the looser it is, the harder to see.

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Photo of the finished cosplay:…

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Holy frack, 10k views?!?!?
I simply cannot believe this!!!
Wow thanks everyone!!!!
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Kraftsion Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Student Photographer
What glue did you use over the nylon? c:
Kr3ssidia Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hot glue. It holds the nylon on the best, since it is strong.
Good luck. :]
Jujube-B Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
This is so NICE!
He's my favorite creepypasta!
This mask is realy awesome!La la la la 
Kr3ssidia Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much.  :]
Jujube-B Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It's a pleasure!:) (Smile) 
AetherEcho Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014  New member Student Traditional Artist
Kr3ssidia Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't recall ever going on Omegle
But YAY!!! :iconsuperw00tplz:
AetherEcho Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  New member Student Traditional Artist
JazzminTH22 Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I am so sorry to bother you again...but how did you get the eye holes cut out so perfectly?
Kr3ssidia Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Nah, it's fine, sorry for the super late reply.
I can't quite remember too well how I did it, but I'm pretty sure that when I held the mask mould to my face, I felt for the edges of my eye sockets, and drew on with a marker where that was. Afterwards when I had it away from my face, I fine-tuned the marks to make them symmetrical. Once I was done marking the spots, I put a few layers of paper mache all over, not including the parts where the marks were. After putting a few layers and making sure they're dry, you can remove the mould, and then round out the sockets to make them round and smooth, and then keep on layering over until you're satisfied.
So I actually never really cut anything, lol.
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