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Oni Mask in Antique white by Faust-and-Company Oni Mask in Antique white by Faust-and-Company
An original design for a Japanese Oni Mask, this piece was sculpted in waterbased clay before being molded in plaster and cast in durable neoprene rubber. It has been hand painted and sealed with an acrylic varnish.
The finished product feels very much like molded leather although it is more durable and waterproof. Will last for many years of use. Is comfortable to wear and perform in as well as beautiful for wall displaying. Held on with an adjustable elastic band attached to two loops that can be used for hanging on wall.

All of my masks are very limited edition pieces
www.faustandcompany.com
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ElysianImagery Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
This piece definitely deserves more attention what a beautifully crafted piece!
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cyborgparanoia Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2013
I love this! It looks like a gargoyle :D
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Lemondjinn Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2013
This is lovely - and now I'm most happily distracted by all the other fantastic masks on your website :-)
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Mandinga91 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
amazing deviation!
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Faust-and-Company Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks. Well, I've learned through trial and error how long and curved a horn can be and still fit a tool up in the plaster to dig out the clay should it get stuck. And there really aren't too many deep undercuts on this one. I do make sure I pull the mask out while it's still a bit soft. Really love this stuff. I'm surprised more people don't use it.
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RavenKing77 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
wow this is one of the best neoprene masks i have ever seen! how do you get it out of the plaster?! FANTASTIC!
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